Aurizon has a proud track record of supporting the communities in which we work and live, in many different ways. Some of the most important elements of this support are our local, regional and national partnerships.
We look to create mutually beneficial relationships with key organisations or community groups, where our involvement can help these groups achieve their goals.
As part of our community investment program, Aurizon is forming partnerships with organisations and events that support our focus on Community Safety, Education, Environment, and Health & Wellbeing.
Aurizon is proud to be the Principal Partner of the Queensland Firebirds.
The Queensland Firebirds compete in the Suncorp Super Netball competition against teams from across Australia, with the season running from March to June 2022.
The Queensland Firebirds have a long and proud history since their inception in 1997 and in that time the club has achieved great success, winning three premierships (2011, 2015, 2016).
Aurizon is delighted to partner with such a wonderful organisation and wishes the Firebirds every success.
For more information visit the Queensland Firebirds website.
Orange Sky Australia
Aurizon is proud to be the new National Sponsor of Orange Sky Australia for the next three years.
Orange Sky is the world’s first free mobile laundry service for people experiencing homelessness and was founded in 2014. It has since grown to a fleet of 31 vans across Australia.
By providing clean laundry and warm showers and connecting people through conversations, Orange Sky is making a positive difference for the 1 in 200 people who are homeless in our communities.
For more information visit the Orange Sky Australia website.
Clontarf FoundationAurizon’s partnership with the Clontarf Foundation will make a difference and improve the lives of indigenous young men.
The Clontarf Foundation is a charitable not-for-profit organisation set up to improve the education, discipline, self-esteem, life skills and employment prospects of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men.
The Foundation has been highly successful in attracting boys to school and retaining them. It has also been successful in placing graduates in permanent full-time employment.
The Foundation’s programs are delivered through a network of Academies, each of which operates in partnership with a secondary school or college. The Foundation uses the existing passion Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island boys have for sport to attract them to attend an Academy and attend school. Upon completing school, graduates are assisted to find employment and are provided with on-going support through an Alumni program.
Clontarf currently operates more than 130 academies across Queensland, Western Australia, Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and the Northern Territory.
For more information visit the Clontarf Foundation website.