“We’ve been there for Queenslanders for some really challenging moments over the past 115 years, and we want to be there for them over the next 115,” Ms Ross said.
“This is why we’ve turned to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals to guide how we must manage our operations and move forward to ensure the best outcome for our members and our community.
“These goals, set in 2016, outline how companies should contribute to lifting their communities out of poverty, hunger, poor health, inequality and many other important factors.”
Ms Ross said the inaugural report told the stories of hard-working, passionate Queenslanders.
“From our Community and Education teams’ efforts to improve road safety in younger people to RACQ Foundation’s donation of more than $10 million in funding, these stories are all about how our team and members have made a difference,” she said.
“Whether it’s on the road, in the air or on the phone, our team is here to help Queenslanders through what comes next.”
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