MSS Security is proud of its community involvement and corporate citizenship activities. As a company we also encourage and applaud the efforts of our many employees who are involved in community projects and fundraising activities.
The centrepiece of MSS Security’s community involvement is the Workplace Giving Program, which provides financial assistance to four charities through pre-tax employee contributions that are deducted by payroll. Our chosen charities are:
- Dementia Australia
- The Big Issue
- Black Dog Institute
- Royal Flying Doctor’s Service
Employees choose the amount they contribute and the charity to support, and can opt out at any time. Every dollar staff donate is matched by MSS Security up to a specific annual limit.
Learn more about the Workplace Giving Program here.
- White Ribbon Day – MSS Security’s Aviation, South Australian and Victorian security officers wear a White Ribbon in November to promote the end of men’s violence against women.
- CEO CookOff – MSS Security provides security personnel free of charge for this event, which bring together celebrity chefs and CEOs to raise awareness of food security, the plight of homelessness and youth in crisis, while raising funds for OzHarvest, The Big Issue and ONE80TC.
- HOME – A Queanbeyan-based organisation that provides a supportive, loving home for people with chronic mental illness.
- Phone Cycle Project – for the Children’s Hospital at Westmead.
MSS Security’s staff also contribute to work events such as Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea, and promote gold coin casual days to raise funds for charities such as the Anti-Cancer Council and Queensland Flood Relief.
MSS Security is proud to support the efforts of our many employees who are involved in community projects and fundraising activities. These include:
- Daffodil Day
- Peter MacCallum Ride to Conquer Cancer
- Great Wall Marathon for the Melanoma Awareness Foundation
- Climb for a Smile for Rotary-supported charities
- Cord Blood Bank
- Prostate Cancer Foundation
- Relay for Life Gladstone for the Cancer Council.