Supporters

Major Supporters

  • Commonwealth Bank

    At CBA we believe there is a strong correlation between a diverse and inclusive workforce and positive outcomes for our customers, shareholders and the community. We seek to build an inclusive culture that embraces the diversity of our people and creates a sense of connection and belonging. And with almost 50,000 employees around the world and more than 16 million customers, we value the unique contributions of people with diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives, to provide exceptional customer service in an equally diverse community.
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  • Scanlon Foundation

    The Scanlon Foundation's mission is to see Australia advance as a welcoming, prosperous and cohesive nation particularly where this relates to the transition of migrants into Australian society.
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  • OPTUS

    At Opus, we're proud to celebrate the diversity of all our people and customers.
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  • Australian Multicultural Foundation

    The Australian Multicultural Foundation was established to promote a strong commitment to Australia as one people draw from many cultures
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  • ANZ

    This will be ANZ's 12th year taking part in A Taste of Harmony, and our staff are just as enthusiastic as the first year. This year, we'll be celebrating a taste of what makes ANZ great!
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  • Small Business Association of Australia

    The SBAA provides the Support, Advice, Opportunity and Advocacy Micro, Small and Medium Sized Business need to thrive in today’s economy.
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  • LionCo

    At Lion we welcome difference and stand for fairness.  We do this by aiming to build an environment where everyone feels that they belong and can thrive. We are pleased to partner with A Taste of Harmony so we can broaden this conversation to have a greater understanding of our own backgrounds, perspectives and live experiences.
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  • Aslyum Seeker Resource Centre

    This year, ATOH is partnering with the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre's (ASRC) Feast for Freedom and it is now part of our program of events on offer to participants.
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