We are a value-based company and we make deliberate choices about who we work with to maintain our principles of social justice and environmental sustainability.

Clear Horizon acknowledges the rights of Indigenous people both within Australia and overseas, and works proactively for social justice. We are committed to conserving Australia’s biodiversity and strengthening our local community.We constantly strive to be a learning organisation. A key part of this is to foster a culture where constructive feedback is routinely sought from our clients and our staff, and received by all with curiosity and openness.

We strive to be a friendly and positive workplace that values our employees and respects the need for, and supports, the effective integration of work and life.

In 2015, we established the Clear Horizon Foundation, to which we provide 4% of our pre-tax profit. We make distributions every year as per the legislation governing the Foundation. The objective of the Foundation is to engage Clear Horizon staff in a giving program that supports Clear Horizon’s core values, specifically our value around being a ‘force for social and environmental good’.  At our Annual staff retreat in 2015, we determined that Indigenous reconciliation and climate change would be the target for our donations. Reconciliation Australia has been a consistent recipient since the Foundation was established, along with other organisations including the Climate Council of Australia, the National Malleefowl Recovery Team (NMRT) and Launch Housing. In the Foundation’s first year, we also donated to Bowel Cancer Australia in recognition of the very sad and premature passing of a staff member’s sister due to bowel cancer. In 2019, we have committed to supporting the Lived Experience Evaluators Project, at the Asylum Seekers’ Resource Centre.

In addition to Foundation distributions, we supported many wonderful causes in 2018.  These are a few of our more recent monthly initiatives we ran in the office:

  • Monetary donations to the Buy a Bale foundation, assisting farmers in drought areas in northern NSW and QLD.
  • Book donations to Brotherhood Books, an arm of Brotherhood St Laurence for second-hand books.
  • Work wear donations for Wear for Success, to support people who require business attire for job interviews and first weeks at jobs if they are unable to afford to do so.
  • Monetary donations to IKa in Indonesia, to assist with second wave relief after the tsunami and earthquakes in Sumatra.
  • Food donations for the Salvation Army Christmas Appeal.


At Clear Horizon we are serious about sustainability. We have a passionate green team who have driven our sustainability policy over several years now. Some highlights include: 

  • We've made energy efficient and temperature-regulating upgrades to our offices
  • We've installed a solar PV system at our head office. 
  • We've replaced our halogen lights with energy-efficient LEDs.
  • We provide facilities to support cycling to work - Our staff cycle an average of 12,000kms to and from work per year.
  • We purchase carbon offsets when we fly.
  • We have a sustainable purchasing policy which includes only purchasing paper that does not compromise old growth forests. 
  • We recycle paper, plastics, cardboard and e-waste, and divert 70kg of organic food waste from landfill into our worm farm annually.
  • We use Tri Nature cleaning products that are made from natural materials and pose no threat to our country's ecology and fauna.

"Putting it forward"

In December our "putting it forward" campaign was to support the Salvation Army Christmas Appeal.  Staff donated a generous supply of household items that were then taken to the Salvation Army 2018 Christmas Appeal.  This is always a worthwhile cause.

To kick off 2019 we had an "essentials drive" which was donated to Asylum Seeker Resource Centre.  Two boxes full of every day essential items was dropped in to the centre in Elwood on Friday.

This month we are supporting Clean Up Australia day! The Business clean up Australia Day is Tuesday 26th of February.  All Clear Horizon staff are being asked to pick up 10 pieces of rubbish during the last week of February and on the 26th of February we will go out in teams and clean up some of the local areas.