Finalist – 2019 Corporate Volunteer of the Year Awards

Blueprint Wealth had the pleasure of attending the Volunteering WA awards gala on 24 May 2019 as a finalist for the Volunteering WA 2019 Corporate Volunteer of the Year Award. Cancer Council Western Australia (CCWA) nominated Blueprint Wealth for this respected award.

In 2014, Blueprint Wealth formed a partnership as Major Sponsor with CCWA. It has been a privilege for Blueprint Wealth to work with Cancer Council WA over the last 5 years, and importantly, to see first-hand the important work their organisation is doing to improve the lives of those affected by cancer.

Volunteering in our local community has been tremendously rewarding for our team. It has been meaningful, motivating and inspiring to help those in need. Volunteering has provided Blueprint Wealth with an opportunity to connect with the Perth community and find enhanced meaning in the work that we do every day as financial planners.

Greg Major, Director of Blueprint Wealth, shared his feeling on volunteering: “On my first visit to Milroy Lodge here in Perth – this is a home away from home for people who live outside of Perth who are going through cancer treatment – it struck me how important the volunteer work was that we were doing. We were there to prepare and serve dinner to the residents at the lodge. While chatting with residents over dinner, I quickly realised how something as small as sharing a meal and having a chat with someone, can make a difference during a very difficult time in their life.”


Pictured above: Greg Major and Pamela Stewart, Blueprint Wealth

Our team is proud to support Cancer Council WA and be part of working towards achieving a cancer free future for our community. We have seen first-hand the challenges that people face during this time. Blueprint Wealth is committed to continuing to provide advice and support. The 2019 Volunteering WA Awards gala was a wonderful opportunity to see so many people and organisations contributing their time and skills to the WA community.

For more information on corporate volunteering opportunities, visit Volunteering WA or Cancer Council WA.