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The transformational power of music
New York’s Carnegie Hall needs no introduction, but the transformational work that the famous music hall does with men in the Sing Sing Correctional Facility just might. For nearly ten years, men incarcerated at the maximum security facility have created and performed music side-by-side with visiting artist facilitators from Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute.
Female role models aim to increase women in tech
From an early age Lee Kiang Koh was encouraged to embrace the traditional role of a woman in the home. Instead, she forged a career in technology and wants to encourage other young women to do the same.
Fundraising cookbook hits the spot
Producing a charity cookbook from scratch using over 100 recipes from Macquarie staff members is no easy feat as Emma Austin and Arunthethy Thevaraja discovered when they embarked on the process earlier this year.
Mentoring program helps first generation college-bound students thrive
Since 2007, 100 first generation college-bound students have completed an internship with Macquarie which helps them prepare for college and career achievement.
Community radio reaches job seekers far and wide
Agrasar, a non-government organisation (NGO) in Gurugram uses community radio to reach underprivileged job seekers looking to upskill and increase their chances of employment.
Staff dig deep to help those affected by fires
Devastating fires in both the United Kingdom and South Africa motivated Macquarie staff members to rally together in support of those affected in their local communities.
Assistance dogs provide a new lease on life
Ciaran Burke knows first-hand the difference an assistance dog makes in an individual’s life. Ciaran, from Macquarie’s Dublin office saw his autistic nephew Aaron flourish when he became the owner of an assistance dog at six years old.
Skills and funding valuable for Wayside
Staff across Macquarie’s Sydney offices are teaming up to give their time, expertise and financial support to The Wayside Chapel, which provides homeless and disadvantaged people with access to health, welfare, social and recreational services.