In Canberra, we worked with an existing partner, the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME). We’ve supported AIME since 2012 to help bridge the gap between Indigenous high school students and universities.
City News: Lots for volunteers to do on Community DayIn conjunction with Calwell High School, the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) worked with about 35 Lendlease volunteers to paint a mural, refresh artwork, build seating and garden. Read the full article here.
In New South Wales, we worked with Indigenous groups and high schools, assisting with cleaning, painting, gardening and general tidying.
Illawarra Mercury: Lendlease lends a hand for annual Community DayLast week, Illawarra Aboriginal Corporation's Warrigal Employment worked with a group of volunteers on a key community project. Read the full article here.
Liverpool Leader: Construction team back to schoolStaff from construction group Lendlease will get their hands dirty to help beautify Liverpool Girls High School. Read the full article here.
In Queensland, we gave sporting clubs a refresh and a local respite service a welcomed facelift.
Redlands Community News: Cyclones' 38-year-old change rooms get new lick of paintTwo sports clubs east of Brisbane can't wait to try out their new change rooms that were given a fresh lick of paint as part of a community project. Read the full article here.
The Jimboomba Times: Lendlease volunteers give Logan Village Aruma respite service a faceliftA Logan Village respite service is receiving a welcome facelift from community volunteers as part of a nation-wide initiative. Read the full article here.
In the Northern Territory, we partnered with Katherine Women's Crisis Centre to revamp existing facilities.
Katherine Times: Lendlease lends a hand for annual Community DayKatherine Women's Crisis Centre this week partnered with about 35 volunteers from contractor Lendlease as part of a local community project. Read the full article here.
Read more about our annual Community Day here.