WesCEF’s Community Grants Program supports community organisations that work to benefit the communities closest to our Kleenheat and CSBP operations in the Kwinana and Rockingham region – the largest community in which we operate.
For Leigh Meyers, General Manager of CSBP’s Ammonia/Ammonium Nitrate (A/AN) business, the last 20 years at WesCEF has flown by, thanks to the great people he gets to work with every day and the many opportunities he’s had along the way.
Bungaree Primary School now have a garden that features bushtucker plants. The garden will be a space where students can smell, touch and taste plants that Aboriginal people have cherished for centuries.
The Club received a WesCEF Community Grant of $5,000 to purchase new uniforms and run a mixed netball carnival for juniors and seniors.
Darrell became a permanent member of the WesCEF team back when fertiliser was bagged and loaded by hand. Read more about Darrell's experience, fundraising initiatives and call for prioritising your health.
The organisation received a $5,000 grant in 2022 to help fund Healing Our Mob mental health workshops for the Aboriginal community.
Forty data loggers purchased with a WesCEF Community Grant will help track the nesting temperatures of the very cute Phascogales.
Two Loggerhead turtles cared for with the help of a WesCEF Community Grant are now free to swim where they please, after being released off WA's Ningaloo coast.