MLG Community Engagement Program

 

OUR FOCUS

MLG Oz originated as a local family operated business situated in the Goldfields. It has now grown into an ASX Publicly Listed company that operates all across Western Australia and into the Northern Territory. The MLG Community Engagement Program aims to support a broad range of not-for-profit organisations and events that strengthen the communities in which MLG operates.

COMMUNITY GRANTS

We have funding available for projects, events and activities that will give back to the communities that host us. MLG views all funding as partnership and we will support successful applicants to achieve their project goals.

Download the MLG Community Engagement Flyer

ELIGIBILITY

MLG are accepting applications from community groups and not-for-profit organisations.

MLG supports a range of projects, events and activities that benefit regional Western Australia and the local communities that host us, in the following categories.

  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Arts and Education
  • Community Development and Culture
  • Environment

APPLICATIONS AND KEY DATES

MLG accepts and reviews applications for the Community Engagement Program half-yearly, key dates are outlined below.

Round 1 

March  1st – April 15th

Round 2

August 1st – September 15th

To be considered in the Community Engagement Program, download and complete the application form.
Ensure to attach quotes and any other relevant documents to support your application.
Please note incomplete applications will not be accepted.

2022 CEP APPLICATION FORM

All applications are to be sent to community@mlgoz.com.au

Applications will be reviewed within 60 days of receiving.

MORE INFORMATION

If you have questions about the program or the application process please contact the Community Engagement Team: community@mlgoz.com.au

KEY SPONSORSHIPS

  • West Coast Eagles AFLW Team
  • Mount Magnet Racing Club
  • St. Barbara’s Festival, Kalgoorlie
  • Hannans Cricket Club, Kalgoorlie
  • Kambalda Junior Fire Brigade
  • Leinster Community School
  • Kalgoorlie Women in Mining