Applications open for Alcoa community funding in Mandurah and Murray

Alcoa community partner, South Mandurah Tennis Club and their junior pennants team. Photo: Supplied.
Alcoa community partner, South Mandurah Tennis Club and their junior pennants team. Photo: Supplied.

Community organisations focused on environmental sustainability, health and safety, future workforce and leaders, and community capacity and resilience are strongly encouraged to apply for Alcoa's community grants.

The Pinjarra Alumina Refinery is inviting applications from not-for-profits within the Shire of Murray and City of Mandurah for the next round of it's Community Partnership Program.

Refinery Manager Mark Hodgson said Alcoa and the Pinjarra refinery have a long-term commitment to investing in the communities surrounding it's operations.

"Last year we invested around $520,000 into the local community through our annual Community Partnership Program and other charitable contributions," Mr Hodgson said.

"Each year, the Pinjarra refinery supports a wide range of non-profit community organisations across Murray and Mandurah; funding local events, programs and projects, that aim to build the capacity and resilience of the local community. We are pleased to once again offer this support in 2021."

If your organisation would like to apply for support through Alcoa's Community Partnership Program, contact Stephanie Gardner on 9531 6240 or email PINCommunityRelations@alcoa.com.au.

Applications close Friday, May 28.

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