Easier to do good.
We’re not just good people to deal with, we make sure that as a company, we make a positive impact on the world around us too. That’s why we give back to the community, celebrate diversity, support our natural environment and work with our suppliers to ensure we’re always doing our part.
So you know for sure that we’re just as good to the world as we are to you.
We’re committed to a reconciled Australia, and to building an organisation that integrates awareness and knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and culture into our business practices.
Our fourth Reconciliation Action Plan, launched in 2018, reflects our dedication to supporting the growth of Indigenous businesses to increase representation in our supply chain, and our strong commitment to education and employment opportunities.
This in turn helps our customers contribute to sustainable and meaningful change within the Indigenous community that goes beyond financial donations and fulfils important Corporate Responsibility requirements and social change goals.
Winc is a founding member of Supply Nation and a proud Red Ochre Partner. As one of Australia’s leading single source suppliers, we know the value of supplier diversity, both to the Indigenous sector and the wider business community.
We go beyond charitable giving to make a social and economic impact in the communities in which our customers and people live and work. We provide support for important community initiatives linked to our purpose of inspiring better ways to work and learn, with a focus on diversity, education, and employment.
We provide our people with volunteering leave and other opportunities to make their own social contribution through our community partnerships, which include Girls Academy, Clontarf Foundation, Foodbank and Good360.
We’re committed to making diversity a priority, through our supply chain and our workforce. We seek a workforce that reflects the diversity of the communities and customers we serve by embracing diversity in all its forms. We celebrate and promote a culture of inclusion at Winc and source products and services from a range of diverse suppliers.
Our Supplier Diversity Classification makes it easy to identify products from Indigenous businesses, Australian Disability Enterprises, women owned businesses and social enterprises.
Environmental sustainability is central to every aspect of our business. We are proactively reducing our impact on the environment and engaging our suppliers, stakeholders and customers to join us and do the same.
By offering a wide eco-conscious range for every part of the workplace, we make it easier for businesses to make greener choices and reduce their environmental impact.
Winc is proud to be a member of the Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO). A copy of our latest annual report and action plan can be found here.
We strive to model integrity in all that we do and strictly adhere to our Code of Ethics and corporate governance practices.
We seek to work with suppliers who share our values and expect them to meet our Supplier Code of Conduct and Ethical Sourcing Policy requirements. For a copy of our Modern Slavery Statement please click here and to view our Ethical Sourcing policy click here.
At Winc we value the health and safety of all our employees, contractors, customers, the communities and the environment which we operate in. We are committed to a zero harm business philosophy and as such we will ensure our management practices safeguard against adverse health , safety , environmental or quality impacts arising from our activities or services. View the policy here.