Here at Davidsons we pride ourselves on our community involvement, and in giving back to the communities in which we live and work. Family and Community is a core value of Davidsons and we take great pride in living and breathing our values as they guide how we operate.

Some of the ways in which we give back include;

  • Contributing to the economic prosperity of the community when we help our clients to operate successful, thriving businesses
  • Providing pro-bono accounting and consultancy services to charities, foundations and community groups, where a Davidsons team member has a direct involvement
  • Encouraging and supporting our staff to participate in charity events
  • Supporting fundraising activities
  • Sponsoring local organisations

Our sponsorships and corporate affiliations with organisations within the Geelong region enable us to give back to the community who have supported us since we were established in 1905.

Over the past few years Davidsons has proudly sponsored the Royal Geelong Yacht Club, aligning two great Geelong organisations. This has allowed us to be involved in many events together, including the Festival of Sails, naming rights partner of the “Davidsons Winter Series Cup (the keel boat race series that runs from May through to August annually) and Wednesday twilight sailing nights.

About the RGYC:

Just like Davidsons the RGYC has had longevity within the Geelong community, being established in 1859. RGYC is home to the Festival of Sails, the largest sailing regatta in the Southern Hemisphere and the biennial Wooden Boat Festival of Geelong. The RGYC is the oldest sailing club on Corio Bay and is situated right in the heart of Geelong.

The RGYC has become one of the most successful yacht clubs in Australia. Since establishment the yacht clubs goal has to become a premier member club, boasting its excellent facilities, programs and services to the wider community. The yacht club prides itself on being a family club, having had numerous generations of families contribute to the rich culture.

The club offers a range of activities and training for all abilities, ages and gender, including, introduction experience to sailing, twilight sailing, keelboats and powerboats as well as their ‘learn to sail’ sailing academy course. For more information visit