AGL's corporate citizenship program, Energy for Life, is just one way we’re partnering with the Australian community.
Established in 2003, Energy for Life gives our employees the opportunity to get behind the causes they are passionate about, through employee giving, volunteering and fundraising events.
The Energy for Life program was revitalised in FY2012 to provide a more effective response to emerging sustainability risks, especially with respect to energy-related financial hardship in the community.
AGL is committed to rigorous measurement and reporting on its community investments and is moving towards a target of social return on investment for community contributions. This approach is embodied in AGL's public reporting and evidence-based approach to the development of strategic partnerships.
Through the Energy for Life program, AGL will invest more than $3 million over six years through new partnerships with The Smith Family, St Vincent de Paul Society, Cancer Council Australia and the Julian Burton Burns Trust.
AGL has developed Sustainability Indicators which would allow all stakeholders (shareholders, customers, employees and the community) to transparently assess whether AGL's performance is improving across the most material sustainable metrics for an integrated energy business.
It is AGL's view that an evidence based approach to CSR is critical both to developing effective programs and partnerships, assisting to build the strength of community organisations and hopefully, measuring and starting to tackle some of the complex problems these partnerships aim to address.
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