How we help
As a global leader, we are committed to making a positive impact on the communities in which we operate. To help us achieve this, we participate in community initiatives and engage in partnerships with organisations that share our values and vision.
Habitat for Humanity
We are a proud supporter of Habitat for Humanity, an organisation that shares our vision for enabling financial security and independence by increasing access to housing. Working in partnership with families, Habitat for Humanity and their 4,000+ volunteers have provided safe homes to thousands in need all over the world.
We were thrilled to participate in the Homes of Hope initiative (2019) with many of our staff volunteering to help renovate housing for women facing homelessness around Australia. It was a wonderful way to mark International Women’s Day and provide support for these women, many of whom have suffered domestic and/or family violence.
In October 2019, we undertook our second build in the historic town of Yea, Victoria. We helped construct a modified home for a mother (a local resident) and her three children. The home was specially designed to adequately accommodate the needs of her son, who suffers from cerebral palsy. Our involvement helped ease the burden of long term care on the family and provided a space to create new memories.
Ronald McDonald House Charities
We announced a new and exciting partnership with Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) in 2019. Founded in 1974 RMHC aims to provide support to families of children who are seriously ill and require hospital care. With their help these families are provided with accommodation in RMHC homes on site, or in close proximity to major hospitals. The homes increase the accessibility of hospital services for families that would otherwise have to travel long distances to receive adequate care and provide a sanctuary from the hospital environment. Through RMHC, families have access to learning programs for kids who are missing school, and are provided with fresh, home cooked meals.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, our people volunteered for working bees and cooking meals for families in RMHC accommodation, helping cook meals for these families. We look forward to the time when we can resume active participation in RMHC activities in a COVIDSafe way.
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
CoreLogic is proud to provide analytic products that aim to increase the transparency of housing costs and reduce the impact of homelessness in Australia. CoreLogic has been a key contributor to the development of The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare’s (AIHW) Housing Dashboard, which features CoreLogic’s hedonic indices, median home values and rental data alongside government data sets in order to generate insights pertaining to social housing. AIHW is the leading health and welfare statistics agency in Australia, and is regarded as an international leader in this field. For more information about how we are contributing to our community, visit the dashboard here: www.housingdata.gov.au
Global community partnerships
In addition to the volunteering and fundraising activities at home, our broader global social responsibility activities include:
- Advocating for financial literacy – we provide training and educational seminars that support financial security.
- Investing in our local communities – we provide funds and data resources for community research, looking at issues ranging from assessing the impact of changes to the economy to measuring under-banked populations.
- Enabling housing initiatives – we support initiatives ranging from transitional housing to homelessness and foreclosure reduction efforts.
Our global community partnerships