Supporting Our Community


Our firm is built on our culture and values. These values underpin everything we do and are reflected in our Pro Bono & Community Investment Program.

In addition to the pro bono work we do, we also support several not-for-profit organisations and charities by making monetary donations, providing sponsorships and hosting events.

Hall & Wilcox is a proud to be a pro bono supporter of the Conservation Ecology Centre, which has a protection, research and observation program for Australia’s largest mainland marsupial predator the Tiger Quoll.

Hall & Wilcox is delighted to support Fitted for Work and contributes to the work done by the organisation in helping women experiencing disadvantage get and keep work.

Hall & Wilcox is a sponsor of, and participates in, the SolarisCare Red Sky Ride – WA's toughest cycling event that supports families living with cancer.

Hall & Wilcox are supporters of the Mother’s Day Classic, helping raise funds for breast cancer research.

Hall & Wilcox is a proud supporter of the Australian Business and Community Network. We regularly support and participate in the programs ABCN runs for students.

HW Community Giving

At Hall & Wilcox, we're committed to giving back to our communities. We launched our workplace giving platform, HW Community Giving, in April 2021 to help our communities thrive. HW Community Giving allows staff to get involved in regular payroll giving, make one-off donations and support colleagues who are taking part in challenges for important causes. Regular payroll giving allows staff to support one of our eleven charity partners in the areas of older persons, mental health, disability, domestic violence, homelessness, children and young people, and cancer research, as well as addressing issues facing our First Nation’s peoples.

Hall & Wilcox Workplace Giving Partners
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We support the Uluru Statement from the Heart calling for the establishment of a First Nations Voice to be enshrined in the Constitution.