With three days to spare, MAX Employment has hit its Finders Keepers target of 10,000 jobs.
Starting on 1 October, with a deadline of Christmas Day, MAX Employment set out to find 10,000 jobs for Australian job seekers and donate $100,000 to charity - $10 for each job found.
Having reached the milestone today, MAX Employment has helped 10,038 people into work over the last three months.
MAX Employment managing director, Deborah Homewood said that the flow on effects of the campaign extended beyond the 10,038 people in work.
“The beauty of a job is that it benefits more than the job seeker – it benefits their family, their employer, their community, and in the case of Finders Keepers, three very deserving charities.”
“Each staff member nominated one of three charities for us to donate funds to on their behalf and I’m thrilled to announce that we will be donating $50,000 to Lifeline, $25,000 to The Smith Family and $25,000 to Wirrapanda Foundation.”
Ms Homewood said she was delighted with the company’s efforts.
“This is a stressful time of year for many job seekers and their families, and our staff can be truly proud that they’ve made a difference."
To read more about the campaign visit maxfinderskeepers.com