Teaming up to drive real change

 

 

 

 

 

Liz
Road Safety Specialist

How do we help make strong communities? We invest in partnerships that help people get where they want to go.

Whether it’s supporting you go to school or undertake more study, get a job, learn to drive, participate in local community activities or stay safe on our roads – here are just some of the ways we are helping you get where you want to go.

See what’s happening in North America

Major Partners
 

Our three investment areas

  1. Safe and accessible transport

    Supporting activities that promote safe driving, prevent injury on the roads, and ensure people can connect, through transport, with work, family and the wider community.

    Learn more about our driver training programs

  2. Local communities

    Investing in local communities (communities located directly along our road network) and partnerships that support causes important to residents and contribute to community and financial wellbeing, and / or help mitigate the impact of large infrastructure projects on the environment.

    We offer community grants to support local communities


  1. Education and training

    Making it easier for people to access the education and training they need to get ahead. This includes supporting kids to stay at school, providing vocational opportunities for people experiencing social or financial difficulties and investing in activities to encourage diversity in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).

    Check out our Females Excelling in Engineering and Technology (FEET) program

What it takes to partner with us

Community Grants

Throughout the year we offer grants to organisations working hard to make a real difference in the community.

Find out if your organisation is eligible, and how to apply.
 

 Australia    US (Express Lanes)

 

Light up our bridges for an important cause

Have a cause you’d like to see up in lights? Apply to change the light colours on:

Our bridge lights can help raise awareness for all kinds of eligible causes and not-for-profit groups. Some examples include:

  • Carers Week
  • World Diabetes Day
  • International Day of the Elimination of Violence against Women
  • Road Safety Week
  • NAIDOC Week

We can also promote charitable causes and events through electronic message boards located along our road network.

Find out if your cause is eligible.
Contact us and apply

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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