At ADCO, we believe in giving back to the community.
ADCO are committed to supporting a variety of charities and helping connect people in our community.
Charity and community service events are regularly organised for our staff to participate in, giving them a sense of reward and accomplishment, whilst helping the wider community.
“We're in a position where we are able to help those in need and we take that seriously. It is very rewarding to know that through ADCO we can make a difference.”
- Adam Di Placido, Managing Director
ADCO fills many grants for ToyBox International throughout the year. These funds help provide families with essential equipment and comfort for their child in need they otherwise would not be able to afford. For the May 2013 Auction we donated our services to the value of $10,500.
Ronald McDonald House
Committed to making a difference to the lives of children and their families, ADCO has sponsored the Ronald McDonald House since 2011. We provide RMHC with all the maintenance and electrical work they need throughout the year and from time to time lend a helping hand in kitchen preparing meals too.
Cancer Council Australia
ADCO joined forces with Cancer Council Australia in 2014, designing 3 new pink vans in celebration of our hope to cure cancer. With 1 in 3 women across Australia being diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, ADCO provides much needed funding for research and development.
Matt and Kim to the Rescue
Over the past 4 years ADCO Group has worked with Matt and Kim and Channel 9 Perth to renovate 7 homes of some very deserving Perth families. To date ADCO Group along with many of Perth’s leading suppliers and tradesman have donated over 2 million dollars of products and services.
Community Home Maintenance Assistance
With the strong knowledge that solving little problems for people can make the big ones all the more manageable, the ADCO Group team donate their time and skills to help people in need within the community with home maintenance.
Our staff make visits to people they either know or hear are in need of a helping hand but don’t have the time or resources to do the little jobs that need doing.