Leishman Associates are proud to be sponsors of the Tasmanian Leaders Alumni Congress. Ex LA member, Janine Arnold was a member of the inaugural Tas Leaders program, and then went on to win the 2007 Telstra Young businesswoman of the Year. So we are very pleased to continue our support of this great Tasmanian initiative.
We know we said ‘It’s All About People’, but sometimes it can be all about people AND animals … especially when there are cupcakes involved! This year Leishman Associates supported the RSPCA cupcake day and invited many of suppliers and friends to a scrumptious home cooked morning tea to raise much needed funds for the [...]
The Tasmanian Association of Community Houses (TACH) were in desperate need of a new phone system, to allow them to continue the fabulous work they do. As our Hobart LA office kept expanding, it was about time we upgraded too. Employing the ‘two birds one stone’ theory, the we donated our existing system to the [...]
Leishman Associates were thrilled to be involved with a presentation from Founder of St Judes School in Tanzania, Gemma Sisia. This is a very worthwhile association and we hope to invite Gemma back to Australia for future presentations. She’s an amazing leader. http://www.schoolofstjude.org/
We upheld the Leishman Easter tradition and presented the Ronald McDonald House Hobart with some Easter treats for the families staying in house.
The Leishman Associates team donned their best beanies to raise funds and awareness for Cure Brain Cancer.
Daniel and the team are attempting to raise $1.2M, and are well on their way. Check out the latest on the Thankyou journey.
Taylor and Naomi continued our Easter tradition this year, donating Easter treats to the children, carers, parents and staff at Ronald McDonald House.
Emily and Emma are depicted here, in their PJ’s at work in support of #thepyjamafoundation.
Emily, Michelle and Bree followed the Easter Tradition, donating an Easter hamper to the children’s wing at the Royal Hobart Hospital, as well as packaging eggs for families who were spending Easter at Ronald McDonald House.