We will positively engage the communities within which we operate by:
- building long-term strategic community relationships to maintain support and goodwill for APA’s activities
- increasing employee connection with local communities through sponsorships, employee volunteering and giving programs targeting vulnerable communities.
One of APA’s long-term community investment partners is the Clontarf Foundation. The Clontarf Foundation exists to improve the education, discipline, life skills, self-esteem and employment prospects of young Aboriginal men – equipping them to participate meaningfully in society. One of the ways in which it does this is by involving its private sector partners in ‘experiences’. These multi-day camps or activities bring together Clontarf students and supporting partners’ employees to share their lives and experiences. Like all Clontarf activities, these ‘experiences’ are structured to ensure the development and enhancement of the boys’ life skills.
For more about The Clontarf Foundation, click here.
For more about APA’s community investment program, see our Community Investment page.
To view our latest sustainability scorecard for Community click here.