Sustaining Our Communities

The local and broader community is core to a sustainable business model for Morris. With this comes our full commitment to assist the communities in which we operate in. We recognise the measurable benefits for Morris and its stakeholders that can accrue from a strategically managed community program. Morris understands that these opportunities are varied, wide and ubiquitous.

“At Morris, humanity and a sense of community are a vital part of our culture. Our service model, 3B, as applied to every human being, can make an immediate and tangible difference.  We are determined to deliver humanity every day by living and owning our 3B service model ‘Be Friendly, Be Connected, Be Real’”  – Fiona Berkin, CEO

Achievement of our vision of ‘REAL communities REAL outcomes’ relies on commitment at all levels of our organisation and is focused on three key areas:

Reconciliation

Reconciliation

The Morris Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is founded on the Morris commitment to build sustainable working communities and provide opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (A&TSI) people to develop and grow within a supportive and collaborative environment.

Local Communities

Local Communities

Morris is committed to assisting the communities in which we operate. Our aim is to foster good corporate citizenship by forging partnerships that provide REAL outcomes for the community. Here are a sample of some of the community activities Morris is involved with.

Environment

Environment

‘Be Environmentally Responsible’ means being responsible and ethical in the management of our services, products and processes in relation to the environment.

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