Community investment fund

 

Round 2 of the Community Investment fund is now CLOSED

The Community Investment Fund (CIF) is now closed for applications in Round 2 (2017) of funding. The application form can be found here and the guidelines for funding here. Applications for funding will open for Round 3 (2017) in July.

The CIF is dedicated to the Marulan and surrounding communities. The CIF is a $50,000 in cash and in-kind contribution Holcim Australia has dedicated as a contribution to community focused projects each year.

From small things, big things can grow. Through the CIF, Holcim is contributing toward the vitality, sustainability and prosperity of the local community. In December 2014 we launched our Community Investment Fund and called for applications across the following key themes:

  • Education for society’s future
  • Sustainable community development
  • Building infrastructure for liveable communities

Read about projects that have already received funding through the CIF:

Projects funded by the CIF

  

Steering Committee Members

Ellie Eggerking - Independent Chairperson (pictured, right).  Ellie spent 10 years in the ACT public service for  before relocating to Marulan in 2012.

During the time she has become a local, she has been actively in the community with the Marulan Volunteers, who have a fortnightly commitment to maintain neatness and cleanliness of the town’s streets, as well volunteering for the annual Kite Festival and Australia Day celebrations.

 

Mark Fenton Jones - Community Representative (pictured, right). Mark is a respected journalist who spent more than 30 years working in the industry. He spent a decade at the Australian Financial Review as editor of several of that paper’s business sections, which included Special Reports, as well as Professional Services and Enterprise.

During his time as editor of the Enterprise section, Mark sat on panels, such as Ernst & Young ‘Young Entrepreneur of the Year award’, which evaluated the suitability of enterprises for start-up finance.

Mark has lived in Marulan since 2002.

 

Mayor Geoff Kettle - Council Representative (pictured, right - photo courtesy Goulburn Post). Cr Geoff Kettle was elected to Goulburn Mulwaree Council in June 2009 and became Mayor in September 2010.

Cr Kettle and his partner of 20 years, Sharon, own the Marulan Newsagency. He has a background in policing, finance, small business and politics.

Stephen Mossie -  Holcim General Manager; and

Alana White – Holcim Environment and Community Liaison

The committee will ensure that the funds reach the maximum amount of community members as possible and are allocated to projects that align with our sustainable development principles.

If you have any questions regarding the fund, please contact the Senior Environment and Community Liaison on 1300 657 051 or:

lynwoodcif-aush(at)holcim.com

 

CIF Application Forms

  • Application form - Holcim Lynwood Community Investment Fund (docx, 193.34 KB)
  • Guidelines - Holcim Lynwood Community Investment Fund (rtf, 2.77 MB)
 
Community Investment Fund Plan

Community Investment Fund Plan

Providing a framework for implementing Holcim’s approach to social responsibility and community engagement.

Community Investment Fund Plan 2015-2019 (docx, 193.34 KB)