AMCAP proudly supports The Wirrpanda Foundation
Striving to support the provision of education, employment and business opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, AMCAP is proud to be partnered with the Wirrpanda Foundation.Established in 2005 by David Wirrpanda, a former West Coast Eagles player, the foundation aims to encourage and empower First Australians through mentorship and the celebration of their unique and remarkable culture. With 13 programs across Western Australia and Victoria focusing on education and employment, the Wirrpanda Foundation helped 323 job seekers find employment in 2020 alone. At AMCAP, we’re thrilled to be partnered with Wirrpanda as we are dedicated to empowering First Australians through employment and business opportunities by hiring staff directly through the Foundation.We seek to spread awareness of this...
AMCAP Maintenance Kits with a Purpose
AMCAP supplies customisable maintenance kits to industrial businesses throughout Western Australia. A portion of the sale of every maintenance kit is donated to organisations making a difference in the community.Not only do AMCAP’s unique kitting services help businesses reduce their admin headaches, wait times and costs, they also distribute funds to important organisations making a difference for people in our community. To date, we have donated to three organisations we care about with other groups lined up to receive funding from AMCAP throughout the financial year. The containerised maintenance kits are also painted with the colours, logos and slogans of the causes, helping to spread awareness of the organisations’ missions when they are on-site. AMCAP is a corporate partner of the National Breast Cancer Foundation, who...
Giving Hands to Zonta House Refuge Association
A group of AMCAP staff spent a full day assisting Zonta House Refuge Association with maintenance work at one of their properties. Gardening, rubbish removal, cleaning, painting and pruning were some of the work done to the property. Zonta’s maintenance person only works 8 hours per week and to do the amount of work completed in one day would have taken weeks to schedule and complete.“It all went pretty well. We all did a good job, and everyone was busy doing something. At the end you could definitely see the improvement on the house” said volunteer Liliana Arbelaez.Well done to all the volunteers (left to right): Cindy Zhang, Liliana Arbelaez, Neil Jensen, Zac Holbrook, Elaine Tomlin, Paul Cutiar, Stacey Grace and Adam Hilton for going the extra mile to our community.
Annual Business Planning & Strategy Workshop
Team building & the importance of openness, honesty & straight talk at work were some of the topics of discussion at this years annual business planning & strategy workshop. AMCAP & Skipper Transport Parts management participated in a two and a half day event co-hosted by Malcolm Dix from The Bullshift Company. The highlight of the event was a team building exercise which saw the team supporting Kinship Connections and Ngalla Maya who work to inspire and commit former inmates to training and education opportunities that lead to employment. AMCAP’s management team were challenged to work together to build 5 children’s bicycles which were donated to the 2 charities.