Global Civil and Mining is committed to participating in the communities by contributing to Local, Regional and National charities and organisations throughout Australia. Global Civil and Mining prides itself on building strong relationships with the communities in which it operates.
Hands Across the World
GCM started supporting Hands Across the World in 2018, we are so impressed with the work they are doing, that this year we decided to step it up with a huge $20,000 donation to really help make a difference!
HATW is a volunteer organisation who deliver useful education programs to local Cambodian primary school teachers, who cannot otherwise afford proper training, giving local teachers the right tools to teach their communities.
In September our very own Hannah Blackburn, who is a qualified teacher herself, travelled to Siem Reap to volunteer and learn about the work HATW are doing. Please click the following link should you wish to read about Hannah’s experience; read more.
Solaris - Red Sky Ride 2019
Global Civil and Mining are proud to be a major sponsor for Solaris Red Sky Ride with donating $9'500, with all funds raised going towards supporting people with cancer and their families. Kane Blackburn undertook the massive cycle, which started in Albany and finished in Perth travelling 500km through the south west of Western Australia over 4 days.
Kane Blackburn (2019)
Ride to Conquer Cancer
GLOBAL CIVIL AND MINING (GCM) ARE PROUD HIGH ROLLER SUPPORTERS OF THE RIDE TO CONQUER CANCER 2018 WITH DONATING A MASSIVE $25,000.
GCM have supported the Ride to Conquer Cancer for the past 3 years. GCM employees Andrew Blackburn & Kane Blackburn completed the 208km ride from South Perth through Serpentine to Mandurah and back up the coast to South Perth over 2 days, battling the terrains of Perth’s southern suburbs.
GCM will continue to support the team in raising even more funds to Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research.
A great effort from everyone that participated in the ride, well done guys!
Andrew Blackburn and Kane Blackburn (2017)
Severe Tropical Cyclone Debbie hit the coast of Airlie Beach in Queensland in March 2017 causing extensive damage in its path, before travelling south causing significant damage and flooding in the populous areas of South East Queensland and Northern Rivers. These areas continue to deal with the floods and aftermath of Cyclone Debbie, GCM have generously contributed $2000 towards the disaster relief.
Royal Flying Doctor Service
Global Surface Mining donated $5000.00 to the Royal Flying Doctor Service in 2015. The Royal Flying Doctor Service is a not for profit organisation, which means all money donated goes towards essential health services and equipment including ventilators and heart monitors. Global Surface Mining have proudly donated to the RFDS for the past four years.
Telethon is a non for profit charity to help children’s hospitals and research in children’s diseases. Telethon has a philosophy of financially supporting the medical and social welfare of children and young people. Global Surface Mining proudly donated $3500.00 in 2015.
Global Civil and Mining Group have supported Variety Bash Charity donating $5000. The Variety Bash is Australia's largest motoring event with participants traveling to rural parts of Australia. Raising money for disadvantage and special needs children.
For the past three consecutive years GCM have supported the Sh##box Rally. The funds from the rally goes towards a large range of cancer research including various cancers forms, genetic studies, improving health systems for Indigenous patients, and supporting cancer patients and survivors.
As well as donating to charities Global Civil and Mining sponsor local sporting clubs.
Joondalup Cricket Club
Willetton Crows Cricket Club