Social Responsibility

Giving back is part of who we are. From the very beginning, we have always been cognisant of the role we play in society and how we can help Australian organisations in any way possible.

Our collaboration and online event services provide a green alternative to travel and allow organisations, large and small, to reduce their carbon footprint and cut down on their emissions. We have also made the conscious decision to provide monthly invoices and usage reports online through our carbon friendly Account Management Portal.


The Redback Charity Program

We’re dedicated to the Australian Charity Sector and acknowledge the value and contribution that they make in everyday lives. All registered charity customers receive a 10% discount on all Redback services and have the opportunity create awareness and market their campaigns to our highly engaged community via our educational webinar series. We also encourage our employees to play their role and offer them two days off per year where they can volunteer their time to a charity of their choice.

The Redback Charity Spotlight is a quarterly initiative which allows us to create exposure and awareness for four of our charity customers. Anyone who attends an online event hosted by Redback or downloads content within this period is automatically redirected to a page where they can vote for the charity closest to their heart. At the end of each quarter we tally up the votes and make the following donations on your behalf:

1st Place – $500.00
2nd Place – $350.00
3rd Place – $150.00
4th Place – $100.00

To become involved please email Sara Gonzalez at


This Quarter’s Charities – Vote Now!



Little Wings


Little Wings provides a safe, professional and free flight service for seriously ill children and their families from regional NSW seeking specialised medical treatment only available at the city based Children’s Hospitals.



Girl Guide’s Victoria


Girl Guide’s provides a non-formal, dynamic and flexible educational program offering value-based experiences to develop life-skills, decision making and leadership. Guides program focus on teamwork and experiencing the outdoors.



Autoimmune Resource and
Research Centre

Autoimmune Research and Resource Centre provides people living with systemic and organ specific autoimmune diseases access to education, support and research services to help reduce the disease impact and improve overall health and quality of life.



Project Respect


Project Respect is a support and referral service for women in the sex industry including those trafficked into Australia. We conduct regular outreach to Melbourne brothels and advocate for women’s rights to all levels of government.



Q1 2015

Massive congratulations to Melanoma Patients Australia for taking first prize this quarter with 407 votes! MPA is an independent, not for profit organisation dedicated to supporting and representing those affected by melanoma. MPA CEO Hayley Andersen said “Because MPA receives no government funding and relies solely on donations, prizes such as these are very impactful. We applaud Redback Conferencing for supporting MPA and making a difference to those with melanoma”.

Thanks to everyone who got involved and votes – we received a total of  4,633 views and 1,162 votes!

Q4  2016

A huge congratulations to Australian Council on Children and the Media for taking out this quarter with 611 votes! The organisation supports families, industry and decision makers in building and maintaining a media environment that fosters the health, safety and wellbeing of Australian children. They are committed to promoting better choices and providing stronger voices in children’s media.

Thanks to all who participated this quarter – we received a total of  4,757 views and 1,057 votes!

Q3  2016

A huge congratulations to The Unicorn Foundation for taking out this quarter with a whopping 977 votes! The money raised will go towards improving awareness of neuroendocrine tumours within the medical profession and the general public, fostering patient understanding through support groups and raising much needed funding for Australian research in this area.  

Thanks to all who participated this quarter – we received a total of  8,716 views and 1,854 votes!

Q2  2016

A huge congratulations to Royal Far West for winning the $500 first prize this quarter with 562 votes! Royal Far West provides health services to children living in rural and remote NSW and their vision is healthy country children.

Thanks to all who participated this quarter – we received a total of  12,779 views and 1,955 votes.

Q1  2016

This quarter the $500 went to The Fred Hollows Foundation with 127 votes. The Fred Hollows Foundation works towards a world where no person is needlessly blind and Indigenous Australians exercise their right to good health. 

“Dear Redback Conferencing,
Thank you so much for generous support – this donation will allow us to restore sight to 20 people. What an amazing impact. If you need anything further, please get in touch.” – Jess Kubowicz

Thanks to all who participated this quarter – we received a total of 8,986 views and 290 votes.

Q4  2015

This quarter the $500 went to People Outdoors – Australian Camps Association with 307 votes. Since 1983, the ACA has been helping the Australian Community to engage with the outdoors and experience the benefits of camps and adventure activities.

Thanks to all who participated this quarter – we received a total of 6,340 views and 988 votes.

Q3  2015

Congratulations to Life’s Little Treasures Foundation coming first in this quarter’s Charity Spotlight with a total of 919 votes. The foundation is Australia’s foremost charity dedicated to providing support, friendship and information, specifically tailored for families of children born premature or sick.

Thanks to all who participated this quarter – we received a total of 10,233 views and 2,036 votes.

Q2  2015

This quarter we had a whopping 10,202 views and 1,593 votes. Congratulations to Suicide Prevention Australia who came first with a total of 659 votes.

Suicide Prevention Australia (SPA) provides national leadership for the suicide prevention sector in Australia. SPA works collaboratively to develop a community that knows how to ask for help and how to give help.

Q1  2015

The first quarter of our new Charity Program saw 11,766 views and 2,366 votes. Congratulations to Emerge Australia who came 1st with a total of 1,690 votes.


“Emerge Australia are so excited to be the winner of the Redback Charity Spotlight for Q1 2015. The Spotlight is a great opportunity to improve awareness around ME/CFS and the work we do, it allows our supporters a simple and effective way to participate in the awareness-raising, and we are the recipients of much-needed funds! I call that a win all round!”

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