New Technology Centre for children on the Autism Spectrum
Our nib Newcastle Knights NRL player, Adam Elliott, visited Aspect Hunter School, to see how our donation has contributed to the new Technology Centre.
The Aspect Hunter School has provided specialised autism education for over 40 years across the region.
'Cam's Technology Centre' will deliver work education to students studying Food Technology, Work Skills, Agriculture, Design and Technology. Find out more.
Adam Elliott has previously been an ambassador Autism organisations and has made a tremendous difference in raising awareness and funds. Elliott's brother has autism and he wishes to assist families and individual in the same situation.
Sense of belonging for all
Several Wests' employees volunteered their time to support the 2022 Newcastle Pride Festival to show support of the LGBTIQA+ community celebrating sexuality and gender diversity.
The Wests Knights Foundation has committed $300,000 to support the construction of purpose-built accommodation for women and children escaping domestic violence.
Fighting Food Waste
In 2022, The Wests Group donated over $20,000 to OzHarvest, through its ClubGRANTs program. These funds help OzHarvest deliver meals to those in vulnerable situations.
Over the years, we've proudly donated to Lifeline Hunter through our ClubGRANTs program. Last year, we contributed $35,000 to aid their local services and perpetuate their positive impact on our community.
Tackling Brain Cancer with Mark Hughes
The Mark Hughes Foundation has been pivotal in raising awareness and driving research to aid this cause.