We believe in the importance of social responsibility and that’s why we devote part of our revenue to directly fund our social impact program.
Through this program, we offer the opportunity for hundreds of Aboriginal students and community members to learn about Aboriginal cultural practices such as weaving, possum skin cloak sewing and artefact making.
Cultural resurgence exhibtion
Annually we work towards a major exhibition where each participant of the program is included in the catalogue.
We love to see how the process of being involved in creating these artworks acts as a catalyst for connectivity and cultural strengthening, which in turn has a positive impact on school attendance.
Our 2022 exhibition was held at Maitland Regional Art Gallery, find out more.
With the support of our corporate and government partners, we have been able to offer cultural camps for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth and women. In 2023, these camps were supported by Regional NSW. We love to see how the process of being involved acts as a catalyst for connectivity and cultural strengthening.
Supporting activities and events
We also support events and activities that align with our vision and values. In 2023, we proudly sponsored the 2023 Indigenous Classic which is part of Surfest Newcastle.