Our Partners

At mwah. we’re passionate about two things – making work absolutely human and getting more people into work. We’ve designed the organisation to help do just that.

We’re particularly excited about the opportunity to help people who have had a hard time finding employment.

This includes people with a disability, those who have been unemployed for a long time, indigenous Australians and other groups who have been structurally excluded in some other way.

We’re not experts at this, but there are people who are.

So, here’s what we’ve done. We’ve designed the company to build partnerships.

One dollar in every five of profit, will go directly to a not-for-profit partner organization, who is aimed squarely at getting people into work. There are some incredible organisations in this space. Organisations who are experts in their field and have a passion for helping people. We feel so privileged to partner with them. We know some great ones and we’ll start by working directly with them and as this idea grows, we’re hoping to be introduced to even more through our community.

Here’s how it will work. For the first six months, we’ll work with two already discovered organisations – Fighting Chance and ASPECT (Autism).

Then, going forward, every two months, we’ll ask our community for organisations they’ve found that are doing this work. The community will vote, and we’ll allocate that 20% of profit to the organization that they’ve chosen. Then one of our community, who voted, will be drawn randomly, to present the giant cheque.

From there we’ll measure the impact of the money, on how it helps people find work, and present the outcomes back to the community every six months.

Our dream at mwah. is to share success and play a big role in helping more people find great work.

Our First Partners

As we launch mwah. we have picked two awesome partners to work with.

Fighting Chance and Aspect.

Fighting Chance is a not for profit organisation working to create opportunities for people who face endemic levels of unemployment and social isolation simply because they have a disability.

Aspect is Australia’s largest national service provider for people on the autism spectrum.  They believe people on the autism spectrum are a different brilliant.  Aspect Capable is a specialist employment service supporting jobseekers on the spectrum and their employers through coaching, mentoring, job preparation, and training.

Helping everyone find work is key to our being here at mwah. and we’re really proud to be able to partner with two absolutely human organisations.

We look forward to bringing you more detail on these two great organisations in next week’s updates.

Community Partners

Social enterprises, not-for-profits and charities who are aimed squarely at getting traditionally excluded people into work.

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