Stamford Capital Australia is dedicated to leaving a lasting legacy and making a difference in the community through its involvement with various charity programs.
Stamford Capital recently had the pleasure of being a Silver Sponsor for the 2017 UDIA NSW Annual State Conference. One of our directors David Scardoni thanked Bill Evans – Chief Economist at Westpac for his presentation and gave a brief overview on Stamford Capital. Here are some photos from the conference.
Thanks so much to everyone who joined us for a fabulous day in the sun for Sydney’s City2Surf fun run yesterday. It was a spectacular winter’s day, and we had over 30 runners in the Stamford Capital grey and black – including visitors from QLD and VIC. Congratulations to Luke Beuchat and Bengta Carlsson, our best runners in each gender category. Both winners will receive a $500 cheque to donate to a charity of their choice. Here are some photos from the day!
Stamford Capital is a proud corporate donor for the Property Industry Foundation which aims to make a tangible difference to youth homelessness.
We are excited to support and be actively engaged in a collaborative project which provides financial contributions and in-kind industry services to charitable organisations to deliver educational pathways, accommodation and rehabilitative services for disadvantaged young people in Australia.
Stamford Capital’s charity of choice is The Smith Family’s Learning for Life program, which aims to help educate disadvantaged young Australians and improve their future prospects.
Stamford Capital sponsors a Smith Family Learning Club in Western Sydney at the Miller Public School, enabling around 80 students to attend the homework club every year.
In addition to this program we support a young New South Wales resident named Caitlin whom is able to attend school without the stigma of being financially disadvantaged thanks to Stamford Capital’s scholarship, also through The Smith Family.
Caitlin’s school uniforms, books and resources are all provided under the scholarship – and her ability to “fit in” as a result of having these necessary items along with her access to other programs run by The Smith Family will dramatically increase her likelihood of succeeding.