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As part of the World Science Festival Brisbane, which is supported by BHP Foundation, students of Pormpuraaw State School in far North Queensland built a winning sculpture to show the devastation plastic pollution has on marine loggerhead turtles.
BHP has announced that it will spend up to $20 million over the next five years to help establish the West End of Port Hedland as a vibrant commercial and community hub.
BHP has announced, through its Vital Resources Fund, support to the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service in Northern New South Wales, by funding the provision of new emergency equipment and PPE.
At 17, Tom Stolberg, son of Edan Stolberg, GM South Walker Creek Mine, has been to Silicon Valley twice, started his own business, helped protect his local community during COVID-19 and shown his dad just how important it is to back local business.
Meet Carly Chamberlain, the Kokatha Charitable Trust Secretariat Administrator, from the not-for-profit Kokatha Aboriginal Corporation (KAC) team in South Australia. With support from BHP’s Vital Resources Fund, KAC were able to equip the team with new iPhones and iPads to help them work from home and facilitate virtual meetings.
To help support the physical and mental health and wellbeing of our regional workforce BHP has launched a partnership with the West Coast Eagles to deliver a customised fitness program across our Pilbara operations.
With the support of BHP’s Vital Resources Fund, Foodbank will establish two new Food Hubs and extend its Fresh Food Friday program to provide rural school students in need with food hampers.
BHP has today announced a new partnership with local health care providers to support the capacity of on the ground health services by developing and servicing COVID-19 Testing Centres in Central Queensland.
BHP plans to invest up to a further A$300 million over five years to improve air quality and reduce dust emissions across our Pilbara operations.
Aboriginal people who develop influenza or coronavirus symptoms will soon have access to a new facility in Newman as part of a program aimed at protecting Indigenous communities against the coronavirus outbreak.