Partnering in your community

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Partnering in your community

We would like your feedback on our Community Investment Strategy.

Over the years we have supported hundreds of organisations and events. And we remain committed to partnering with our communities to make a real difference.

We currently have major state-wide partnerships with the Royal Flying Doctor Service, Queensland State Emergency Service, the Queensland Theatre and the Queensland Ballet, to name a few.

Ergon-Energex Community Fund

The Ergon-Energex Community Fund is a competitive grants program that supports not-for-profit groups and organisations who are working hard like us, in the community to make Queensland a better place to live.

We also support numerous local community initiatives – like the Beef Week volunteers in Rockhampton – through our local sponsorship and membership investment program. And through our employee volunteering program.

To find out more about the community fund, please visit:

Through this investment, which we stretch to make it go around, we look for opportunities to support community identity and wellbeing. Or initiatives that aim to stimulate local economic activity, or that bring innovations to life – new solutions to the challenges we face as a society.

Electrical safety awareness

In addition to these partnerships, we make a significant social investment in community electrical safety awareness, both around the home and at work – a highlight being our Safety Heroes program delivered in partnership with our primary schools.

For more on this, take a look here:

We also partner across the state in many other ways – a highlight being our many local council partnerships around storm season readiness. These investments all strive to deliver both measurable benefits to the community and commercial benefit to our business. It’s really about creating shared value through the way we operate.

Have we got our approach right?

Let us know in the QUICK FEEDBACK tab, and if you’ve something more to say jot it down in the SHARE YOUR IDEAS tab.

Partnering in your community

We would like your feedback on our Community Investment Strategy.

Over the years we have supported hundreds of organisations and events. And we remain committed to partnering with our communities to make a real difference.

We currently have major state-wide partnerships with the Royal Flying Doctor Service, Queensland State Emergency Service, the Queensland Theatre and the Queensland Ballet, to name a few.

Ergon-Energex Community Fund

The Ergon-Energex Community Fund is a competitive grants program that supports not-for-profit groups and organisations who are working hard like us, in the community to make Queensland a better place to live.

We also support numerous local community initiatives – like the Beef Week volunteers in Rockhampton – through our local sponsorship and membership investment program. And through our employee volunteering program.

To find out more about the community fund, please visit:

Through this investment, which we stretch to make it go around, we look for opportunities to support community identity and wellbeing. Or initiatives that aim to stimulate local economic activity, or that bring innovations to life – new solutions to the challenges we face as a society.

Electrical safety awareness

In addition to these partnerships, we make a significant social investment in community electrical safety awareness, both around the home and at work – a highlight being our Safety Heroes program delivered in partnership with our primary schools.

For more on this, take a look here:

We also partner across the state in many other ways – a highlight being our many local council partnerships around storm season readiness. These investments all strive to deliver both measurable benefits to the community and commercial benefit to our business. It’s really about creating shared value through the way we operate.

Have we got our approach right?

Let us know in the QUICK FEEDBACK tab, and if you’ve something more to say jot it down in the SHARE YOUR IDEAS tab.

Page last updated: 07 Mar 2019, 04:34 PM