Our community

At craveable brands. we know that giving back to the community helps us all fill more rewarding lives which is why we are pleased to offer our craveable brands team ‘Good Deed days’ to spend time during the year working on a cause important to them.   craveable brands. are responsive to the needs and concerns of its consumers. It is for this reason that we have taken a proactive role in the self-regulation of advertising its products to children. To demonstrate our commitment, all brands in our ownership are signatories to the ‘Australian Quick Service Restaurant Industry Initiative for Responsible Advertising and Marketing to Children’.

Our Oporto Community

Many Oporto franchisees actively support their local communities.

Here are some great examples of the work taking place in our Oporto communities:

 

WA Franchisee – Sahdev Vaghela
Sahdev owns and operates 3 Oporto restaurants and sponsors many local initiatives including: 

  • Canningvale Jetts Gym;
  • South Pert Curtin University FC;
  • Balcatta Seamer Sports and
  • BMX Club.

 

NSW Franchisee –  Ashraf Nadaff
Ashraf is an active member of the Newcastle Muslim Association.  He is very passionate about assisting newly arrived refugees settle in the area.  This includes:

  • training them and
  • finding them jobs, both within the Oporto familia and the local community.

Our Chicken Treat Community

Chicken Treat has been a part of the West Australian community for over 40 years.

Our franchisees are incredibly supportive of their communities.

 

WA Franchisee –  Diane Head
Diane has been a Chicken Treat franchisee for over 27 years and has worked a local disability service agency for 25 of those years.   Over the years Diane has employed 10 people with disabilities and her approach for these staff members is long term employment.  

From autism and aspergers to down syndrome, employees have been under Diane’s wing for anywhere from 4 to 10 years.  Diane says there is satisfaction in knowing you’ve helped and employing people with special needs is a key focus of her business.


 

WA Franchisees – Michael Chidlow
Team building is important to Michael, but team building whilst raising money for charity is so much more rewarding.

For the past 3 years, Michael and six of his team members have participated in the 220km Ride to Conquer Cancer event… this incredible team have raised $30K so far and aim to hit $50K in 2017.

Michael also sponsors Rockingham City Football Club and Secret Harbour Boardriders.