Running a business isn’t easy – there are lots of risks and threats, highs and lows. But with the risks come the rewards of being able to give back to the communities which support us. With our staff, we select charities or not-for-profit organisations which mean something to us, we identify their needs then provide pro-bono communications support to help them build awareness, grow their membership or raise additional funds.
We are proud to be associated with the following organisations:
Brand South Australia
FULLER is a Foundation Member of South Australia’s leading business development and marketing organisation.
The Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA) is the organisation which provides professional development training and sets ethical standards for the PR industry. Peter Fuller is Fellow of the PRIA and FULLER staff regularly attend training and networking events.
As members of the Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA), the national organisation for professional graphic designers, FULLER’s creative staff enter their work in national competitions and subscribe to the organisation’s standards and ethics.
Rural Media Association – SA
FULLER has had a 25 year association with the Rural Media Association – SA, the peak body for rural journalists, communicators and opinion-makers. FULLER also sponsors the Rural Media Association – SA Print Journalist of the Year Award.
Not for Profit
Hutt Street Centre
We have supported the annual Touch Wine and Walk a Mile fundraisers for more than 10 years, providing social media and communications support to Adelaide’s leading agency for homeless people.
Community Lifestyles Foundation
We developed and continue to implement a sustainable community engagement strategy for this Murray Bridge based social inclusion organisation.
Our General Manager Kathryn Fuller, started the this rural foundation 10 years ago and she is now Patron. Foundation Barossa enables community giving to education, youth, disability and other philanthropic causes.
FULLER is a family friendly workplace that tries to meet the diverse personal as well as professional needs of its staff.
We believe it benefits the morale of the whole team if staff undertake the majority of their work in the modern offices we provide, rather than working from home for extended periods.
However, we are happy to negotiate flexible working hours or special leave arrangements, especially for staff whose work life may be compromised at times by the parenting of young children, or their role as carers of disabled or elderly family members.
The company won a national Family Friendly Business Award in 2002 for its special provisions for staff whose partners worked shift work in the wine industry – the Vintage Widows Scheme.