Employees from Padthaway and Bordertown vineyards have lent a helping hand to Tatiara District Council as part of Treasury Wine Estate's (TWE) Global Volunteering Week.
Treasury Wine Estates is one of the world's largest wine companies, listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).
As one of the world's largest wine companies, TWE employs approximately 3500 winemakers, viticulturists, sales, marketing, distribution and support staff across the globe, TWE's wine is sold in more than 100 countries around the world.
Running from May 13-17, TWE's Global Volunteering Week saw employees from Bordertown Vineyard repair foot bridges at the Bordertown Wetlands for the Tatiara District Council. Employees from Padthaway Vineyard gave the iconic Padthaway Hall and surrounds a thorough clean up.
"Global Volunteering Week provides a great opportunity for employees in every region and function to come together and undertake valuable work in our local communities," said Global Corporate Affairs Director, Carolyn Coon.
"Our Global Volunteering Week has become a key date on the annual calendar at Treasury Wine Estates. The goodwill it generates has a positive impact on both our partner organisations and our teams.
"We recognise the important role we can play in giving back to the community and we're excited to continue to make an impact as we enter our fifth year of this initiative."
GVW forms a central pillar of TWE's Corporate Responsibility program, aiming to ensure the Company is a positive force within the communities in which it operates.
Since TWE's Global Volunteering Week started in 2015, TWE has partnered with more than 100 charitable organisations
Employees in every function and region of the company are involved in the initiative, including Australia, New Zealand, United States, along with countries throughout Europe and Asia.