Platform has a long history of giving back to the community. Our team often takes part in volunteer days and raises funds for charities. We have also developed long-term relationships with organisations who need our support.

This page showcases some of the incredible organisations that Platform proudly support.  Warning… if you choose to find out more about these organisations and what they stand for, you could fall in love with them just as we have!

Solaris Cancer Care provide support to cancer patients and their carers during their cancer journey.

Platform provides in-kind marketing support to Solaris Cancer Care, including the annual May we Survive and Thrive campaign.

Women in Mining Western Australia (WIMWA) deliver forums and mentoring to encourage gender diversity and inclusion across the mining industry.  Members range from graduates to mine managers.

Platform provides discounted and in-kind support to WIMWA on an annual basis.

The STEM unitED program aims to inspire Year 9 students from 25 schools, across 200 classrooms. The reach will be anywhere from 3000-6000 students.

Platform is a Foundation Partner alongside other partners – the WA Mining Club, RUC and leading STEM educator, Fire Tech.  Platform provides in-kind support for all communication, marketing and government relations, media and graphic design activities.

Our Director, Kirsty Danby is the Chair of Curtin’s Advisory Board for Humanities which provides industry insight aimed to bridge the gap between bridge the gap between the University and real-world applications and opportunities.

The WA Mining Club is the leading forum that brings together Perth based industry professionals to discuss challenges and opportunities facing the industry.  The forum also facilitates networking between members.

Platform provides in-kind support to the WA Mining Club for marketing, communication, media and graphic design activities.

PCWA is a forum where oil and gas professionals come together to network and discuss issues facing the industry.

Our Director, Kirsty Danby, is currently a Board Member of PCWA.