We put our hand up to support a variety of initiatives and community projects across the Central Queensland region, because we’re dedicated to supporting our community and the people we share it with.
We’re also huge believers in the potential of Central Queensland’s youth, which is why we’re so proud to offer development programs and scholarships that give opportunities to the many talented young people in our community.
On top of this, we run a Hands On Volunteering Program to encourage staff to volunteer for a local charity. It’s just another way we try to give back to a community that gives so much to us.
As part of our commitment to the young Queenslanders in our community, The Rock proudly sponsors the CQ NRL Bid Junior Development Program, and has done since 2012.
The John Maxwell Memorial Scholarship has been in place since 2010, and forms a major part of the Rock's community program, and is held in partnership between the Rock and CQUniversity.
At The Rock, we’re passionate about making a positive contribution to the Central Queensland community. The Rock’s Hands On Volunteer Program gives our staff the chance to spend one fully paid working day per year with a non-profit organisation of their choice.
If you’re looking for a bit of support for your local charity, drop us a line at email@example.com and let us know what your project has achieved, what it hopes to achieve, what level of support it’s currently receiving, and what kind and level of support you’re seeking.
Further updates will be provided as information comes to hand. We will also be providing updates on our Facebook page (therockaustralia).
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