Community support is important to us and reflective of our corporate culture and values. Propertylink is pleased to support a number of charities.

Batting for Change

In support of the vision that education is the best way to empower disadvantaged young women, Propertylink is a principal partner for Batting for Change. In 2017 Batting for Change raised funds to support the education of over 600 disadvantaged women in cricket playing nations including India, Sri Lanka and Kenya.

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Batting for Change Corporate Challenge

Propertylink participated in the Batting for Change Corporate Challenge, taking to the cricket field for a round robin with other corporates and putting up a strong fight to come in as runners up in the final match. This event raised funds to support the construction of classrooms at the Heartland College, Nepal and the Mamire Teacher’s Training College, Tanzania furthering the valuable work Batting for Change does to assist the education of disadvantaged women in cricket-playing nations.

Bear Cottage Children’s Hospice

A team of Propertylink employees spent a day at the Bear Cottage Children’s Hospice, working with their team of volunteer staff to provide cleaning, maintenance and arts and crafts support. Bear Cottage relies wholly on the generosity of the community and corporate support to deliver their outstanding services to families in need. The day was highly rewarding for our people, recognising the important contribution we can make in supporting our community.


As part of our commitment to community support, a number of Propertylink staff took a day out of the office to cook meals at Our Big Kitchen in Bondi, Sydney. Our people prepared hundreds of meals that they delivered to Rough Edges, Darlinghurst, a café and community centre for the homeless. Led by a Rough Edges patron, our team took a walk through the streets of Kings Cross, gaining a new insider’s perspective on the lives of our homeless community.

St Edmunds College

Propertylink is a proud supporter of t Edmunds College in Sydney’s Wahroonga. The college is a co-educational special high school for teenagers with a wide range of disabilities including sensory impairment, intellectual disability and autism. The college is inspired by the strong belief that all children have an enormous amount to offer the world and that its students have a fundamental right to a quality education that is meaningful, purposeful and hope-filled. The extraordinary work of St Edmunds supports its students in achieving their great potential.