We Support you so you can Support the World

Here at The Commons, we are committed to creating a positive impact within and beyond our walls. Being a member means being a part of an organisation that values individuals, communities and the world around us. We are on a mission for self-improvement every day and strive to help our members make sustainable choices simple.

Our Initiatives

B Corp Certified

Wind & Solar Energy

Re-Useable Containers

Locally Sourced Product

Recycling & Paper Bins

Plants To Absorb More CO2

Coffee Recycling

Alternative Modes of Transport

Events & Education about sustainability

Great Place to Work Certified

In 2021, we were honoured with a Great Place to Work certification. The Great Place to Work certification recognises employers who create an outstanding employee experience. They anonymously surveyed our team about their work experience, and the Great Place to Work program assessed our workforce privately.

We are committed to our employee's growth and development, both personally and professionally, in a supportive work environment that fosters health and well-being.

We’re B Corp Certified

In 2021, we were proud to become B-Corp Certified. B Corporations certifications are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose and create a more sustainable and inclusive economy.

We are committed to continuously learning to improve our social and environmental impact and be proactive toward the issues of most significant importance to our colleagues, members and communities.

Our Scholarship Program

Community is central to our mission, and our community extends beyond our doors. We offer scholarships for memberships to The Commons with plans to expand our reach.

The Commons is proud to sponsor great NFP and Social Enterprises across Sydney and Melbourne. Some of our current scholarship members include The Global Women's Project, Mi Vote, One Plate, Kua and Co Ground.Since its inception, The Commons Scholarship Program has contributed over $1,000,000 to organisations committed to changing the world with plans to grow the program further.

Our Scholarship Members

The Creative Co-Operative
The Creative Co-Operative

The Creative Co-Operative is Australia's first startup agency that is 100% owned, led and operated by (migrant) Women of Colour focused on lifting the economic and social access barriers faced by WoC.

The Global Women’s Project
The Global Women’s Project

The Global Women’s Project supports women in Nepal and Cambodia to access the skills and resources they need to determine and improve their own lives.


OnePlate is an Australian charity which unites restaurants, cafés, pubs, bars with socially-conscious customers under the common goal of supporting people in developing countries.

Co Ground
Co Ground

Co Ground creates events, social enterprise and volunteer opportunities that support and fund education and livelihood programs in the Asia-Pacific.

We invite you to apply for a scholarship if you think you fit the criteria.


In 2019, we prioritised our environmental impact and invested in renewable energy to help offset our energy-related carbon emissions. In addition, we give our members easy options to make sustainable decisions in their daily lives by providing educational content, reusable containers, encouraging alternative modes of transportation, and keeping recycling bins accessible in all our spaces.

Our Suppliers

We support local businesses in our supply chain who seek to leave this earth better than they found it, allowing members access to a wide range of sustainable resources across all our locations.
We partner with members Kua for our ethical coffee supply and coffee-ground recycling, Who Gives a Crap for our toilet paper, and ROCC Naturals for our oral care.
Additionally, we offer Love Tea, Pixii feminine products, Doyle Bros waste collection and recycling and Close The Loop printer cartridge and toner recycling in our locations.