In line with our values, ACS Financial partners with charities and not-for-profits who are making a difference both in Australia and abroad. We know our clients enjoy the opportunity to protect themselves while at the same time supporting others in our global community when they choose our insurance options.
So how does it work? Watch the video below and read more about our charity partners to see how your insurance choices can make a difference.
You select the charity partner you'd like to support once you start the quoting process online or over the phone.
Current Charity Partners:
Sports Chaplaincy Australia
Sports Chaplaincy Australia (SCA) is a Christian non-denominational ministry serving the Australian sports community alongside the local church. It identifies, trains, accredits and guides Christian men and women to serve as volunteer chaplains in sporting clubs with the purpose of bringing Christ’s grace and mercy to those communities.
SCA currently has requests from sporting bodies to place over 5,000 additional chaplains in local sports clubs. In response to this demand, SCA is creating and resourcing community based tactical and operational volunteer teams called Centre Bounce Teams (CBTs).
These teams identify clubs needing chaplains, identify suitable chaplains, and appoint them in conjunction with the training and support provided by SCA.
The partnership between ACS Financial and SCA now means that a percentage of your personal insurance premiums can go directly towards supporting the work of these Centre Bounce Teams.
For further information about SCA, click here.
ACCI Missions & Relief
ACCI Missions & Relief believes in the power of community transformation to improve the lives of men, women and children in developing nations around the world.
ACS Financial is pleased to support ACCI’s Village Life Community Transformation program in Cambodia. For each new personal insurance policy, ACS will provide ongoing financial support to this life-changing work.
The Village Life program works in rural villages to address broad issues such as limited access to water, educational opportunities and healthcare. ACCI projects work alongside local community members and include projects like the establishment of fish ponds and permaculture gardens, digging of wells, community pre-schools and daycare programs, health education programs and adult literacy classes. You can watch a video and learn more about this project HERE.