Philanthropy

The Riana Group ethos is about being a good corporate citizen, about being community minded, supporting those in need and giving back whilst building awareness around issues and worthy projects requiring assistance. We are infused in the belief that we not only want to give back financially but also to apply resources and expertise to help to direct the programs and projects we engage in to be run.  We believe that the cycle of life, is all about giving. ‘Give that ye shall receive’
To support this ethos, Riana Group has an established and contributes to its philanthropy arm.  Core activities revolve around supporting poverty alleviation, self determination and human dignity through direct financial support and sponsorship programs that train, educate and empower people to help themselves whilst relieving where necessary the suffering of individuals who do not have access to some of the basic life necessities such as water and a safe place to sleep.
Riana Group has and continues to provide donations & support NGO work in many locations, including Orphanages, Widows, Clean Water Projects, Homelessness, Cancer Research but not limited to Australia, Indonesia, Serbia, Montenegro, Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Palestine and Kenya.

Orphanages, Widows, Clean Water, Aged Care, Cancer Research

Riana Group has and continues to provide donations & support NGO work in many locations, including Orphanages, Widows, Clean Water Projects, Homelessness, Cancer Research but not limited to Australia, Indonesia, Serbia, Montenegro, Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Palestine and Kenya.

Global Sustainability Network ( GSN )

Romy Hawatt is a Founding Member of the Global Sustainability Network ( GSN ) Amongst his many philanthropic and charity related projects Romy Hawatt is also a Founding Member of the Global Sustainability Network (GSN) gsngoal8.com the origins of which stem from the endeavours of the Joint Declaration of Religious Leaders of various faiths signed on 2 December 2014 at the Vatican and pursuing in particular Goal 8 of the United Nations 17 Sustainability Goals.

The GSN is a worldwide network of over 1,000 global change makers spanning from faith, businesses, non-profit, community, sport, media and government leaders working together to defend the dignity and freedom of human beings against the extreme forms of the globalisation of indifference.
One of the core objectives of this group is to End Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking by the year 2025 and Hawatt personally and also on behalf of the GSN supports a number of initiatives

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