Community Care

We provide support and opportunities for local communities throughout the Pilbara region

We believe in being here for local communities.

We don’t believe in winning at all costs – we believe in win-win thinking, so that everyone can benefit from our presence in the Pilbara. We support local communities in a number of areas, including education & youth support, health, economic development, environment, arts & culture, social welfare & aid and emergency relief.

Atlas Helping Hands

Twice a year we provide grants through our Atlas Helping Hands grants program. This program provides essential financial boosts and support to small and community-based non-profit organisations, who operate where we do in the Pilbara, at the grassroots level.

Click here to find out more on one of latest Helping Hands grants recipients.

Philanthropic grants program

Our Philanthropic grants program provides grants to organisations that Atlas employees are affiliated with or volunteer with. This is just one of the meaningful ways that we encourage medium to long term philanthropic partnerships and support our employees who are actively giving back to the community.

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Latest News

February 27, 2024

Walking the talk; Gina Rinehart AO | Duty First | The Regiments National Magazine.

Much has been written about Gina Rinehart, her business and successes recognised… But in this article I will cover what very few know, that is Gina Rinehart's tremendous support to Australian veteran community and their families, along with other philanthropic and corporate initiatives.

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Group Executive News

August 1, 2023

THE GOLD STANDARD

Australia’s most successful swim team has closed out the world championships in Fukuoka, Japan, in style to finish top of the medals table with a record haul that may never be beaten. After eight days of intense competition, the Dolphins proved themselves to be the best swim team on the planet – collecting 13 gold, seven silver and five bronze medals for a staggering total of 25As far as Australia’s head coach Rohan Taylor was concerned, the Aussies were the best.

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