8 March 2016
The Boyce culture is one of care, not just for our clients and our staff, but also for the communities in which we live and work.
As a way of formalising our commitment to ensuring we make a positive contribution, we established the Boyce Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program.
A central part of the Boyce CSR program is our partnership with the Country Education Foundation of Australia (CEFA). We have provided honorary accounting and advisory services to CEFA and some of its regional foundations since 2003. Many of our team also contribute to their local regional foundations via participation as committee members or donations of their time and skills to support fund raising activities like Goulburn’s “Art in the Woolshed” and the Monaro’s “Art on the Monaro”.
8 October 2015
After two years of intensive research, 2015 has been declared the International Year of Soils by the 68th UN General Assembly.
The International Year of Soils aims to be a platform for raising awareness on the importance of sustainable soil management.
Soil is a limited natural resource and is non-renewable on a human time scale. Soils are the foundation for food, animal feed, fuel and natural fibre production, the supply of clean water, nutrient cycling and a range of ecosystem functions.
11 August 2015
Boyce City2Surf participants once again travelled to Sydney to partake in the 14 km course and recorded a number of ‘personal best’ times.
Apart from the challenge of competing, the real aim for Boyce is to raise funds for the Burns Support Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation that provides assistance and support to burns survivors and their families.
4 June 2015
Bookkeeper Kate Daley and Learning & Development Coordinator/Marketing Coordinator Stacey Hinton revealed their hidden talent when they competed in the recent “Strictly Musical” charity extravaganza held over three nights from 28 to 30 May.
37 ‘stars’ from the Monaro community took part in the production all wanting to take home the mirror ball trophy and of course with the overall aim of raising money for the Monaro Committee for Cancer Research (MCCR).
16 April 2015
Bookkeeper Kate Daley and Learning & Development Coordinator/Marketing Coordinator Stacey Hinton, both from our Cooma office, have been honing their dancing and acting skills to participate in ‘Strictly Musical’ to raise money for cancer research.
The Monaro Committee for Cancer Research (MCCR) invited local identities to be 'stars' in the 2015 competition. Kate and Stacey are well into rehearsals in learning their hit musical number to be performed in front of 1500 people over three nights - 28, 29 and 30 May 2015.