Peet’s National Community Grants
The Peet Group's community partnerships program provides grants that build capacity in our own communities and in the regions in which our residents and their families become involved. Community grants give motivated local groups a kick-start or well-deserved encouragement for their great work.
Hundreds of organisations, groups, not-for-profit industries and individuals across the country have received funding through the Peet’s community grants program.
We support activities and initiatives that build connections within our communities, focused on sports, health, education, arts and culture, and environmental activities that benefit to our neighbourhoods.
Applying for a community grant
If you have an established initiative or a new activity or group that you’d like to get off the ground, we would love to hear from you.
We receive many requests for sponsorship throughout the year, and each request is carefully assessed and judged on its own merits. We encourage you to please review our sponsorship guidelines in preparation for completing an application form.
Questions? Call our Community Information Line on 1800 819 912 or email email@example.com
Bikes shine light on health
We’ve been in the saddle with Ride Like Crazy in South Australia since 2014 helping raise money for research, services and equipment for the Flinders Medical Centre Foundation.
Since the events inception in 2010, thousands of riders have raised $1.3 million for brain cancer research, patient care, research and other critical medical services. The Lightsview Ride Like Crazy team has also helped promote road safety in South Australians through a partnership with SA Police.
It’s one of the ways Peet is giving back to the communities we create.
The Lightsview Ride Like Crazy raises money and promotes road safety.
Young firefighters forge ahead
Camp-outs are just one part of the Two Rocks Yanchep Emergency Scouts activity program, which is proudly supported by Peet’s Yanchep Golf Estate.
Yanchep Golf Estate provided vital set-up funds to get the new group off the ground and develop future fire fighters. With the seed funding and local community support, the group that opened in February 2016 with just nine children has grown to more than 50 members aged from 6 to 15 years-old.
Two Rocks Yanchep Emergency Scouts meets weekly at the Two Rocks Fire Station where they develop emergency skills and undertake programs and activities that helps builds the confidence, abilities and self-esteem of young people who live in and around our communities.