Annual CSBP Community Grants
Our community grants benefit the communities closest to our operations in Kwinana and Rockingham, (area bordered by Kwinana Freeway to coast from Woodman Point to Port Kennedy).
Each year, CSBP offers five $2000 grants to support not-for-profit organisations doing great work in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math’s education and the environment.
Applications for CSBP’s 2022 community grants program have now closed. Applications for 2023 open September 2022.
Meet some of our 2021 community grant recipients
City of Rockingham Libraries
Girls in STEM is an after-school program that aims to boost the confidence and engagement of our next generation of female STEM superstars.
Participants are invited to explore the world of STEM, including harnessing the power of light and electricity, examining real-life fossils (that are over 100 million years old) and extracting and examining their own DNA.
CSBP Female STEM employees also attended each session to talk about what they do and act as STEM role models for the girls.
CSBP Fertilisers Community Grants
Our Fertilisers business provides around 100 small grants to organisations in regional Western Australia – supporting initiatives that help their communities grow and connect such as field days, community cropping programs, community fete’s and sporting clubs .