Who is WMK's best baker?

To raise money in support of Legacy, WMK held an ANZAC Day bake-off on Tuesday 26 April.

Encouraging a bit of friendly office competition, the Sydney office was split into teams and asked to create one Australian or New Zealander dish – think lamingtons, Pavlovas, or even the humble ANZAC biscuit.

The team was treated to delicious chocolate raspberry Pavlovas, Tim Tam cakes, lemon macadamia cakes, chocolate crackles, and sausage rolls (that disappeared far too quickly!)

All the treats were available for gold coin donation, with all money raised going to Legacy – an organisation that cares for the families of deceased and incapacitated veterans. Today Legacy's service assists over 80,000 widows and 1,800 children and dependants with a disability.

“We had a great morning – looks like we have some amazing bakers in our midst!” said organiser and interior designer, Loretta Nagy.

“Thanks to everyone who got involved, and thanks to WMK for matching our employee contribution dollar-for-dollar – Legacy is a very worthwhile cause.” 

Posted by Loretta Nagy


Barefoot bowls

The WMK Sydney team recently took advantage of the last of the lovely warm sunny weather before winter hits, spending a social afternoon at Clovelly Lawn Bowls Club with its spectacular ocean views.

The afternoon of barefoot bowls, full of plenty of laughs and friendly competition, was organised to raise funds for the Red Cross Brussels bombing relief.

There was a great atmosphere – teams got into the spirit of the day, with some even dressing in themed outfits for the event.

The day also featured lots of cuddles. To the delight of the Sydney team, Senior Interior Designer, Kylie Heslop, brought her puppy Poppy along to the club.

WMK regularly organises team events for both social causes and to give back to the community.

The day was organised by Administration & Business Development Assistant, Rachelle Guillamun.

“It was great weather to be outdoors, with an amazing cliff-side view,” said Rachelle. “It was nice to see everyone in such high spirits as they kicked back and relaxed.”






Posted by Emily Lea