mlcoa is the premier provider of independent medical services, delivering definitive information to enable optimal decisions by clients in the insurance, legal, corporate and government sectors.

Corporate Social Responsibility

At mlcoa, we are committed to operating with a social conscience. People are at the core of what we do and we select initiatives that give back to local communities.

mlcoa invest in a number of programmes to support the community at large, we have chosen programmes that have a natural alignment between our business and its resources.


Red 25 – Australian Red Cross

We are committed to supporting the Australian Red Cross Blood donation service. Blood is surprisingly versatile and can be used in 22 different medical treatments. We encourage our employees to make a blood donation during work hours in addition to their regular break times.

As blood donations save lives, we keep track of our donations tally through this Red 25 Group.


Footy Colours Day – Fight Cancer Foundation

Footy Colours Day is a national fundraising campaign held during the month of September.

mlcoa employees proudly wear their teams favourite colours and fundraise to help young learners continue with their education while receiving treatment for cancer. The charity aims to minimise the impact and disruption that cancer has on a young person’s life.

Supporting Footy Colours Day allows mlcoa to make a positive impact on the community and share their favourite teams colours.

To learn more about Footy Colours Day – Fight Cancer Foundation visit the website.



Share The Dignity

Across Australia we have set up collection boxes in our state offices to provide collect toiletries and sanitary items for the programme #itsinthebag which is run by the charity Share The Dignity.

There are 85,000 homeless women who need our help leading up to the holiday season. Many have fled domestic violence or experienced extreme poverty.

These items we collect are bare necessities that women is shelters are provided with to help them get back on their feet.