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Cancer patients benefit from curling treatment
Sliding marble stones across a sheet of ice has helped raise more than $C26,000 for rural Canadian cancer patients who need to travel long distances to their nearest specialist hospital, thanks to the fundraising support of Macquarie’s New York-based employee Trevor Bechervaise.
Supporting students in Hong Kong
Twenty two year old Ishan Lamba never considered he would mentor someone similar in age when he secured his first job with Macquarie Hong Kong last year.
Mentors hit the right notes with Streetwise singers
Macquarie London staff member Jamie Broom had never met a person who had experienced homelessness before being introduced to Sally, a participant at Streetwise Opera.
Writing and economics a passion for Katrina Dawson scholar
When Catherine Priestley first heard about the joint scholarship on offer from The Katrina Dawson Foundation and Macquarie Group, she was at a crossroads in her university studies.
Macquarie Group Collection celebrates 30 years
The Macquarie Group Collection’s dedication to its theme The Land and its Psyche has been unwavering since its inception in 1987. The Collection includes more than 750 works, displayed in over 40 Macquarie offices around the world. The works are selected by a volunteer committee of Macquarie staff, assisted by a curatorial expert.
Football just one part of the ReachOut story
ReachOut students at a ‘World of Work Day’ held in Macquarie’s London office earlier this year.
How to get the zip into Zipper Tickers
Best friends and neighbours Rachel Coyte and Belinda Johnson co-founded Zipper Tickers in 2012 after discovering that they had both shared the harrowing experience of giving birth to children with Congenital Heart Defects (CHD).
Migrant domestic work: where expectations clash with reality
Saving money is what motivates many East Asian women to take domestic work overseas. But research shows this goal is rarely fulfilled.