Carey understands how to engage with Aboriginal people both in regional and remote communities through innovative, sustainable job creation and enterprise development.
Carey is able to work with Indigenous partners, government and industry to develop and implement effective programs. Carey actively identifies and invests in projects that enhance socio-economic benefit and improve cultural wellbeing.
Carey is committed to supporting its host communities. Carey delivers on its commitments and ensures that it meets its social obligations and continues to make a positive contribution to Aboriginal communities.
Carey is committed to assisting Aboriginal participation and skills enhancement through investment in education, training and development, and scholarships.
‘Get into Mining’ is a paid eight week course for Aboriginal people based in the Eastern Goldfields areas of WA. It is designed to give candidates the necessary knowledge and skills to succeed in the mining industry.
With a focus on creating communities where people feel safe, respected and supported, Caring Communities provides a range of programs to improve wellbeing and safety to children, young people and vulnerable adults.
Carey invests in community programs that improve the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal people and communities. We support initiatives that demonstrate clear benefits.