Supporting Our Communities
Fostering strong relationships with the community is vital to ElectraNet.
ElectraNet supports a variety of community initiatives that embrace and promote our company’s purpose, including programs for:
- environmental protection and sustainability
- consumer education and support
- cultural heritage protection and awareness
- health, safety and well-being
- innovation, research and development.
We aim to support communities and charities located close to our transmission assets. Our initiatives contribute to improvements in community life and environmental sustainability, providing widespread benefit to people living in those regions.
Zoos SA is a not-for-profit conservation charity that exists to save species from extinction and connect people with nature. We are proud to be a major supporter of the Lions 360 Experience at Monarto Zoo. Do you dare take the walk of the brave?
ElectraNet is pleased to support the CFS Foundation which serves to provide financial assistance to CFS volunteer firefighters and their families who have suffered through death, injury, loss or damage of property while in the line of service.
Asthma Australia are the leaders in asthma health care and research delivering high quality support to people with asthma and their carers. We support the Asthma Australia Community Care Connect program, providing information and resources to communities in regional South Australia.
Ronald McDonald House Adelaide is an independent not-for-profit organisation that provides practical assistance to families whose seriously ill children are receiving treatment at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital. ElectraNet is pleased to support the the 2017 Ride for Sick Kids.
The Hamish McCarter Engineering Scholarship was established by ElectraNet to honour a previous employee and support women in engineering. The Scholarship supports one female student who is undertaking their second year Engineering studies and provides assistance with education and living costs for the second, third and fourth year of study.
If you would like to discuss our community engagement initiatives, please contact us on 1800 243 853 or send us a message.