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Carol Gough and Amanda Carr planted trees at the Peel wetlands.
Portland Aluminum employees tidy storage areas at Surf Life Saving Club.
Portland Aluminum employees paint, tidy storage areas and clean equipment at Surf Life Saving Club.
Portland Aluminum employees lay adhesive non-slip flooring at Surf Life Saving Club.
Kwinana employees supported the Great Strides for Cystic Fibrosis fundraiser and family fun day.
Katie Bootsma, Narelle MacFarlane, Karen McKenzie and Simon Carr gardening at Pinjarra Primary School.
Volunteers from Booragoon went 'pink' and sold merchandise for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Alan Cransberg, President, Global Primary Products, Australia painted areas of Surf Life Saving Club.
Karen Reeves, Dominika Turel and Deebbie Klopper sell raffle tickets on behalf of People Who Care.
Alcoa helped the Harvey Senior Citizens Centre purchase a new water cooler. Alcoa electricians Mike Stirk and Tim Egerton-Green installed it.
St. Joseph’s Primary School in Waroona got a garden upgrade thanks to volunteers from Willowdale Production Crew 3.
Portland Aluminium volunteers renovated the Jaycee Kindergarten playground in Portland.
Portland Aluminum volunteers helped build a timber boat for the playground at Jaycee Kindergarten in Portland.
Employees from Wagerup Refinery’s Central Services helped out the Harvey Lions Club by repainting the beloved children’s train.
Willowdale’s Crew 2 spent an afternoon making improvements at the Waroona Playgroup.
Alcoa employees and community volunteers improved Serpentine Primary School.
Domenic Trimboli makes a workbench for Bedingfield Aged Care facility.
Inspired by the recent UCI Road World Championships, Dave Wurfel and Kieran Sager along with a peloton of Point Henry employees chose pedal power to make their way to work on Ride to Work Day.
Lending a helping hand to the Waroona Agricultural Society in preparation of the annual Waroona Agricultural Show.
Alcoa Yennora volunteers spent a day at Fairfield Flora and Fauna Park, gardening and learning about Cumberland Forest in Western Sydney.
Gus Ferguson joined other Alcoa Yennora volunteers at Fairfield Flora and Fauna Park to garden and learn about Cumberland Forest in Western Sydney.
Anne Cherry joined other Alcoa Yennora volunteers at Fairfield Flora and Fauna Park to garden and learn about the last remaining part of the Cumberland Forest in Western Sydney.
Nico Barone joined other Alcoa Yennora volunteers at Fairfield Flora and Fauna Park to maintain the garden.
Point Henry employees shared green apples to promote R u OK? Day, a national day of action for suicide prevention.
Point Henry employees built an Indigenous Bushfoods Garden in Whittington. The garden will be a community meeting place and wildlife habitat used for education, interpretation, and a source of bush tucker.
Point Henry employees built an Indigenous Bushfoods Garden in Whittington. The garden will be a community meeting place and wildlife habitat used for education, interpretation, and a source of bush tucker.
Point Henry employees built an Indigenous Bushfoods Garden in Whittington. The garden will be a community meeting place and wildlife habitat used for education, interpretation, and a source of bush tucker.
Point Henry employees built an Indigenous Bushfoods Garden in Whittington. The garden will be a community meeting place and wildlife habitat used for education, interpretation, and a source of bush tucker.
Selling merchandise for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Weeding, planting native vegetation and erecting fences with Friends of Attadale Foreshore.
ARP's Awesome Rowing Power team was one of two crews to represent Alcoa Point Henry at the 2010 Alcoa Corporate Head of the River. Alcoa proudly sponsored the event for the fifth year, helping organizers raise more than $100,000 for the Geelong community.
The Maintenance Militia was one of two crews to represent Point Henry at the 2010 Alcoa Corporate Head of the River. Alcoa proudly sponsored the event for the fifth year, helping organizers raise more than $100,000 for the Geelong community.
Point Henry employees planted a garden at the new premises of Headspace Bellarine, a local youth health service.
Point Henry employees planted a garden at the new premises of Headspace Bellarine, a local youth health service.
A Point Henry employee helped improve Headspace Bellarine, a local youth health service.
Point Henry employees and their families enjoyed several activities during Greening Australia's Moolapio Family Fun Day.
Brightening the lives of youth at the Moolapio Family Fun Day.
50 employees’ children and grandchildren planted indigenous tube stock, made pet rocks and designed masks at the Moolapio Family Fun Day.
Alcoans give their time and talent to brighten the lives of others.
Greening our communities in Point Henry.
Teaching the youth about our environment.
Point Henry employees built an indigenous garden, which will be a community meeting place and wildlife habitat.