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Engineering Business Management at Foodbank

Foodbank is Australia’s largest hunger relief organisation, providing 63 million meals a year to over 2,600 charities and 1,750 schools. So far, it has provided over 532 million meals to Australians! Each year, it distributes over 35 million kilograms of food and groceries – that’s the equivalent of over 172,000 meals a day! Foodbank accounts for 70% of all the food distributed to charities by food rescue organisations in Australia. Foodbank works with the entire Australian food and grocery industry including farmers, wholesalers, manufacturers and retailers. Donations include stock that’s out of specification, close to expiry, or excess to requirements. Companies also make donations as part of a commitment to social responsibility or a cause-related marketing campaign. In addition, Foodbank collaborates with suppliers, manufacturers and transporters in programs like the Collaborative Supply Program, to source key staple foods that don’t come in sufficient quantities via rescue channels.

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Electrical Engineering at Native ARC

Native ARC is a not for profit organisation located in the south metropolitan region of Perth. Their work revolves around two important priorities. One is to provide medical attention and rehabilitation services to over 3000 injured or sick wildlife each year. They receive injured wildlife from the general public, vet clinics and rangers. The second priority is to educate the public and schools about the importance of wildlife conservation and the need to protect the rich biodiversity around us.

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Projects Team at Foodbank

Foodbank is Australia’s largest hunger relief organisation, providing 63 million meals a year to over 2,600 charities and 1,750 schools, and accounts for 70% of all the food distributed to charities by food rescue organisations in Australia. So far, it has provided over 532 million meals to Australians!

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RESM Projects Team at Armadale Gosnells Landcare Group

This June, a mighty team of 24 volunteers from Woodside’s Reservoir Management (RESM) Projects Team were keen to channel their green thumbs to improve climate action (SDG 13) and life on land (SDG 15), one plant at a time. They jumped on board a team coach and set out to one of Armadale Gosnells Landcare Group’s restoration sites. Some team members even brought along their laptops as they were on call on the day but didn’t want to pass up on this opportunity to help out a worthy cause.

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