Pinjarra Refinery employees helped out at K9 Dog Rescue.
Booragoon head office employees gave Silver Chain’s Hilton multicultural social centre a fresh coat of paint.
Huntly Mining employees painted the entrance fencing at Mandurah WildLife Rescue
Booragoon head office employees helped clean up Wireless Hill in Ardross.
Pinjarra Refinery employees cleaned the animal enclosures at Peel Zoo.
new bike path with volunteers from Kwinana Refinery is Orelia Primary School Principal Joanne Stewart-Magee (front row second from right)
The Alcoa Peel Office employees volunteered at the Christ’s Church Anglican Parish in Mandurah, pictured standing with the 441 tonne Barque ‘James Service’ anchor found in the 1878 wreckage off Mandurah coast.
Wagerup Refinery employees tested their carpentry skills at Waroona District High School.
Alcoa’s new chief Michael Parker helped transform the outdoor area at Silver Chain’s Hilton multicultural social centre with employees from the Booragoon Office.
Pinjarra Refinery employees provided maintenance to historic vehicles at Murray Military Museum.
Willowdale Mining employees spending time volunteering at Waroona Playgroup.
Pinjarra Refinery Manager Simon Pascoe and fellow employees provided landscaping support to Mandurah Community Gardens.
Peel Office employees spent the day helping out at Amana Living Wearne House in Mandurah.
Wagerup Refinery Manager Mark Hodgson and fellow employees assisted in the Live Lighter Aged Care Games at Waroona Recreation and Aquatic Centre.
Alcoa volunteers from Pinjarra Refinery helped St Vincent de Paul Society employees get the Pinjarra Vinnies Shop ready for Christmas.
Huntly Mining employees lending a hand at Mandurah Wildlife Rescue.
Alcoa mining employees cleaning up the Munda Biddi Trail near Dwellingup.
Kwinana Refinery Manager Scott Thompson joined in Month of Service out at Orelia Primary School with some painting.
Alcoa’s Kwinana Refinery employees cleared beach paths at Challenger Beach with Perth NRM Coastcare Program Manager Craig Wilson (front left).
Willowdale mining employees painted fences and walls at the Waroona Cricket Club.
Kwinana Refinery employees volunteered at Rockingham Regional Environment Centre Naragebup.
Peel Office employees supported a great cause by donating blood during Month of Service.
Kwinana Refinery employees and Rockingham Theatre President David Heckingbottom (back right), got theatre seating ready in time for the next show.
Kwinana Refinery employees painted the Silver Chain Respite Cottage in Rockingham.
Members of Mining’s Alcoa Women’s Network at Pat Thomas House in Mandurah.