MFAA Excellence Awards
- DATE: Wednesday, 6 April 2022
Liz Zaki was nominated as one of the finalists representing NSW for the .
OneSite Finance has been announced as a finalist in the NSW Community Champion Award at the annual Mortgage &
Finance Association of Australia* (MFAA) State Excellence Awards.
The Awards highlight brokers, broker businesses, and staff who have demonstrated exceptional customer service, professionalism, ethics, growth, and innovation. This is OneSite Finance's first year as a finalist in the Community Champion category within the MFAA's Excellence Awards.
Judged by an independent panel of industry specialists, business professionals, and experts, the MFAA Excellence Awards are the most rigorous in the Australian mortgage and finance industry.
"We are honoured to have been recognised by our industry peers and to have been selected from all the entrants across the state and named as a finalist for this Award"
Over the past year, OneSite FInance has delivered outstanding service for customers thanks to the team maintaining a high level of transparency, and striving to educate and represent customers throughout the home loan life cycle. We believe this has enabled us to help more people achieve their financial goals.
"The MFAA has acknowledged OneSite Finance as a state finalist representing the state of NSW as a reward for the OneSite team demonstrating their professionalism, integrity, ethical conduct, growth, and innovation", the MFAA stated. "To be recognised as a finalist speaks volumes of their exceptional practice and professionalism in the mortgage and finance industry," the MFAA added.
Over the last 20 years, the awards have played a key role in lifting the standards of service and professionalism across Australia’s mortgage and finance industry.
All finalists, including OneSite FInance, have an opportunity to be recognised as their state’s winner. State winners will then be in the running to win the prestigious national title at the MFAA National Excellence Awards hosted in July.
The Run for Good Project
- DATE: Wednesday, 12 January 2022
OneSite Finance is the proud sponsor of The Run for Good Project, a registered charity supporting women and children impacted by domestic violence, homelessness, and people seeking asylum.
Starting Jan 1, 2022, we are donating $50 for every loan settled. Our goal is to reach $10,000 donation by the end of 2022.
The Run for Good Project provides good quality rescued furniture, household items, and technology items at no cost, direct to families in crisis. They redistribute preloved, seconds, and surplus furniture to reuse these items that would otherwise end up in landfill.
If you have furniture/white goods to donate/know a great removalist, please get in touch!
Total Funds Raised: $5,000 so far. Targeting $10,000 by end of 2022.
- DATE: Friday, 1 October 2021
OneSite Finance is the proud sponsor of ReLOVE, a registered charity that rescues furniture from the community and delivers it to people who need a helping hand (such as women and children impacted by domestic violence, homelessness, or people seeking asylum) and to help them make a house a home.
The team at ReLOVE provides good quality rescued furniture, household items, and technology items at no cost, direct to families in crisis. They redistribute preloved, factory seconds, and surplus items that would otherwise end up in landfill.
If you have furniture or white goods to donate, or if know a great removalist, please let us know!
The team at OneSite FInance are donating $50 for every settled loan, so every loan matters. Let's see how quickly we can reach our $10,000 target.
St. Canice's Kitchen
- DATE: Saturday, 1 August 2021
What started as a Sunday community meal to help those feeling lonely over 30 years ago, St. Canice’s Kitchen has now transformed into a daily service providing support to men and women experiencing homelessness and social exclusion. No longer just a soup kitchen, St. Canice's Kitchen is a connection for those who have no permanent address. Somewhere for people to come together, connect, and find the support they need.
Liz is a regular volunteer at St. Canice helping with the kitchen. She also gets her kids, and their friends involved in making and serving meals on Saturdays and Sundays whenever their schedules allow.
The image attached shows the cookies made by the children for Christmas Day lunch 2021.
Can Too Foundation
- DATE: Sunday, 19 May 2019
The Can Too Foundation is an independent health promotion charity committed to funding cancer research and prevention. They offer professionally coached training programs using qualified and experienced coaches.
Can Too trains all levels, from beginners to more experienced athletes, in structured training programs tailored to specific physical challenges such as running races, ocean swims, triathlons or treks such as to Mt Kilimanjaro and you can even choose your own event.
In return for professionally coached training programs, Can Too participants fundraise much needed support for Australian cancer research to fund the most brilliant, innovative early career cancer researchers.
Liz Zaki is proud to partner with the Can Too in order to raise funds for cancer research and prevention. Liz will be running in the Sydney Morning Herald's Half Marathon on May 19. It would be wonderful if you could help her reach her fund raising target.
Funds Raising Target: $2,000
Australia's Biggest Morning Tea
- DATE: Thursday, 25 May 2017
Join us for Australia's Biggest Morning Tea at our office in Surry Hills, or donate online to help us reach our fundraising goal!
There will be plenty of yummy home made muffins, scones and other treats for all to enjoy.
Together we can help the Cancer Council raise much needed funds that go towards vital cancer research, services, prevention programs, and advocacy.
Total Funds Raised: $427
The Smith Family
- DATE: Thursday, 15 September 2016
The Smith Family is a national, independent children's charity helping disadvantaged Australians to get the most out of their education, so they can create better futures for themselves and the community around them.
OneSite Finance was happy to donate towards The Smith Family's Literacy Program.
The Literacy Program is aimed at helping young disadvantaged children with their reading and early literacy skills. It sets them up with the building blocks required for the rest of their schooling.
Research shows that children who are read to more frequently at an early age enter school with larger vocabularies and more advanced comprehension skills. Yet without books to stimulate learning in the home, or encouragement from a parent who is aware of its importance, disadvantaged children often don’t have the same shared reading time with their parents or carers as their more advantaged peers.
Disadvantaged children are already well behind their peers by age four, and by age six, many are around seven times more likely than other children to be doing badly at school.
Providing early learning resources and support in the home is vital for a child’s future potential. The reading gap in primary school between the lowest socio-economic students (SES) and the highest SES is equivalent to almost 3 yrs of schooling.
Total Funds Raised: $10,000
- DATE: Saturday, 19 October 2013
To celebrate OneSite Finance's 10 year anniversary, we decided to do some fundraising for Camp Quality who do great work to support children with cancer and their families.
Camp Quality is a national children’s cancer charity. Their purpose is to create a better life for every child living with cancer in Australia, no matter where they are in their cancer journey.
Camp Quality helps families spend time together and connect with other families in a fun, positive and supportive environment. Their programs create optimism and resilience for every child living with cancer in Australia.
And given that OneSite Finance would not exist without your support, we wanted to ask for your help with the fundraising effort. Between now and the 19th of October, OneSite Finance will match your donations to Camp Quality dollar for dollar.
Total Funds Raised: $5,500