The Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL) is proud to support a range of sponsorship initiatives including the following not-for-profit and charity programs:
Partnering with our local community
PBPL continues to work closely with local schools and environment groups to achieve positive environmental outcomes for our community
through the PBPL Community Grant Program.
PBPL recently partnered with Queensland Bulk Handling to donate and relocate two rainwater tanks from the Port of Brisbane
to Seven Hills State School. The rainwater tanks will be used to support the school’s science and environmental management
program, which was funded through PBPL 2015 Community Grant Program.
PBPL CEO Roy Cummins and Local MP for Lytton, Joan Pease led a team of 60 volunteers from PBPL, Queensland Urban Utilities, BMD Construction, Tangalooma Ecomarines, and 12 local Brisbane schools to help Clean up Australia and collected more than three skip-bins of waste from the mangrove area at the Port.
PBPL will continue to support worthy environment initiatives like these in the future to ensure we are contributing to the community in
a sustainable and responsible manner.
Volunteer & Social Club Charity
Employee Volunteer Program
PBPL is committed to making a positive and meaningful contribution to Wynnum, Manly and the surrounding areas. Each full-time staff member is given the opportunity to undertake one day of volunteer work per year.
Social Club Charity
Each year, members of our staff social club raise funds for a nominated charity, and PBPL matches employee contributions.
This year's Social Club charity is Animal Welfare League Queensland.
Previous charities have included:
- Dementia Research Foundation
- The Leukaemia Foundation
- The Mater Foundation
- Down Syndrome Association Queensland
- Salvation Army - Pindari Women’s Service
- Australian Cancer Research Foundation.