Published on 21 December 2021

Jayne Campbell from the Salvation Army and Michelle Edwards from APM Employment Services.

APM teams across Australia have helped raise $29,000 to help Aussie families in need this Christmas.

Dedicated employees from APM Employment Services and APM WorkCare were inspired to reach targets across December in order to make the full $29,000 donation as part of the APM Festive Campaign.

APM WorkCare specialises in helping businesses keep their employees safe and well. Their dedicated team of professionals deliver return to work programs, injury prevention and workplace training across the country.

APM Employment Services helps thousands of people manage the impact of long term unemployment, mental health conditions, injuries, illnesses or disability, to find meaningful employment. Our Employment Services teams are trusted to help Australians find and keep a job so they can live a more fulfilling, independent life.

APM made a donation after both teams achieved the goal of 2,000 placements – supporting job seekers into employment, and client outcomes – providing injury management, rehabilitation and return to work services to injured workers.

The goal was achieved in time to make a big contribution to The Salvation Army who are providing meals, hampers, and vouchers to families in need of support over the holiday season.

The Salvation Army’s Relationship Manager Corporate Partnerships, Jayne Campbell, dropped by South Geelong office to personally thank APM and collect the donation of $29,000 from APM Employment Services People and Culture Business Partner, Michelle Edwards.


Justine Bily

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