The Kate Mullin Association believes in the power of partnerships and collaborative efforts to bring about meaningful change.
We work closely with our sponsors to create mutually beneficial partnerships with the shared vision that through improved literacy Aboriginal students will enjoy the same opportunities and choices as all other Australian students
We thank our sponsors for their generous contributions and support.
Arc Infrastructure is a transport infrastructure owner and access provider in Western Australia with a long-term lease on the network from the Government of Western Australia. It operates approximately 5,500 km of standard, narrow and dual gauge rail network.
From the Midwest across to the Goldfields and all the way down to the South West, the network connects local businesses, communities and industries with eastern states and overseas markets. A true regional footprint. They deliver WA products to the rest of the world – 24 hours a day, seven days a week – by joining the dots between people, products and ports. With 400 employees they provide a service that’s helping to drive the State’s economic growth.
They value their role in the community and want to make a difference in the regions that they live and work in. They do this by managing and developing assets that support growth of tonnes on rail, create sustainable jobs and improve quality of life in our State.
Through the Kate Mullin Association, Arc Infrastructure is supporting a scholarship student, Shanae Tesling, for the duration of her 4 year study.
The W. A. Tucker Foundation provides grants to non-profit charitable organizations which promote the concepts of the Foundation. The general philosophy of the Foundation is the improvement of the quality of human life by helping all people realize their fullest potential. This includes the support of charitable organizations that provide recreational, social, health, educational opportunities and recognition to people of all ages from children to seniors.
The Tucker Foundation has awarded the Kate Mullin Association $20,000 over the course of 4 years to support an Aboriginal student qualify as a teacher and teach in an Aboriginal school.
Insight GeoMechanics provide insights into how subsurface rocks deform or fail in response to changes of stress, pressure and temperature – something that is becoming increasingly important in oil and gas exploration.
Richmond Wealth is a privately owned company offering financial services that are tailored to the needs of each client
The Rotary Clubs of Esperance & Esperance Bay share a passion for making a positive difference for local, national and international communities. They do this in the context of a friendly and fun-loving service club, with the opportunity for social and business networking.
The Mt Lawley branch of the Commonwealth Bank awarded the Association with a $500 Commbank Community Donation recently. Pictured from left to right are: Branch Manager Vivian Manno, KMA President Ken Mullin, and KMA Committee Member Don Burnside.