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Aurizon, Australia’s largest rail freight operator, is inviting community groups and charities located across the Company’s operations to apply for cash grants of up to $20,000 through the latest round of its Community Giving Fund.
Andrew Harding, Managing Director & CEO said eligible charities and not-for-profit groups have until 30 April 2021 to apply for these cash grants.
“We are seeking applications from local charities that are undertaking projects contributing to Community Safety, Health & Wellbeing, Education or the Environment,” said Mr Harding.
“We are a company with operations spanning areas across Queensland, New South Wales and Western Australia. With over 80% of our employees working and living in regional communities, it is important that we play a strong role in supporting the communities in those areas. We do this by providing grants to assist a range of community initiatives, reaching out to those locally who need it the most and are delivering meaningful projects in our regional communities.
“This is the 10-year anniversary of the commencement of our Community Giving Fund and since then we have proudly supported more than 400 very worthwhile projects across our communities."
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