LPG prides itself on community involvement, either through our long-standing partnerships or through one off projects. These are just some of the initiatives that we are involved in.
ROYAL CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
Supporting the Kids of the Children’s Cancer Centre at the Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne, LaManna Premier Group supplies fresh fruit and vegetables to the Centre each week. Many of the children in the cancer centre struggle with their appetite due to their illnesses and welcome the fresh supply that comes weekly.
LPG donates fruit for the annual Murray to Moyne as well as for the annual LARCH Trivia night.
Patients and their families are also able to attend Melbourne Victory games courtesy of LPG and Melbourne Victory FC.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
LPG is proud to support the Melbourne Foundation for Business and Economics Annual Dinner. The event which involves many of Australia’s most influential business leaders, alumni, students and staff of the Faculty of Business and Economics, celebrates the connections between the Faculty and the business community, and recognises the impact of philanthropy.
MELBOURNE VICTORY F.C.
LPG actively supports Melbourne Victory’s school holiday program, “Melbourne Victory Masterclass” by providing fresh fruit for all participants. The unique program provides kids with access to tailored coaching from Melbourne Victory’s Football department at AAMI Park, and a chance to meet the players.
LPG sponsors Melbourne Victory’s successful Victory in Business corporate networking group, designed for organisations to network their products and services outside of game day. Victory in Business has actively grown to become the biggest sporting business coterie group in Australia.
In any given year, Foodbank distribute over 16.6 million meals to 451 agencies across Victoria. Foodbank remains the largest and most effective food relief organisation in Australia. As a regular donor to Foodbank, LPG’s contributions help Victorian families and individuals impacted by unemployment, homelessness and mental health issues.