Insurance as a force for good
DUAL’s Sustainability &
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
At DUAL, we're passionate about giving back and encouraging a culture of volunteering, supporting our communities and living sustainably.
Our long-term sustainability goal is to lead the insurance industry towards a cleaner, fairer, healthier and safer world.
2023 Social Impact Snapshot
Watch our short 2-minute video below which tells the story of some of DUAL's social impact efforts throughout the year:
2023 Signature Charity Events
Perth Trivia Night
Sydney Comedy Night
Brisbane Barefoot Bowls
Melbourne Drag Bingo
ANZ Charity Hike
In April 2023 a group of 12 employees from DUAL ANZ hiked the 3 peaks in Victoria over 3 days, challenging themselves physically to raise awareness and funds for Black Dog Institute!
International Men's Day
To celebrate International Men’s Day, we asked some of our DUAL mates to tell us about an important friendship they have in their life and how they check in on a mate when they are worried about their mental health. Check our their responses:
DUAL Reconciliation Action Plan
"Since starting in 2004, we have aimed to create a culture with a strong People and Community focus.
We’re working hard to build a business where differences are accepted, and our words and actions are inclusive. Launching our inaugural RAP is an important step in our diversity, equity and inclusion journey."
Damien Coates - CEO DUAL ANZ
Key Charity Partnership
Black Dog Institute
DUAL is proud to partner with Black Dog Institute, a medical research institute and global leader in translational mental health research. We are always active in participating in events to raise funds and awareness about mental health for Black Dog Institute.
Damien Coates - Black Dog Institute Ambassador
Damien Coates has been a public advocate for mental health for many years.
In recent years, Damien has become a partner of Black Dog Institute as a Mental Health Ambassador sharing his lived experience with Depression.
In 2023, Damien presented 19 Mental Health Presentations, reaching 3,800 people and raising $88,000.