Our Community

 

Hillery Group is proud to support our local community in Bowen and the surrounding areas.

Over the years we have continued to donate labour, equipment and materials to support various local community groups in their efforts to sustain and enhance our home town Bowen. We’ve also made contributions to the PCYC Bowen to support the great work they do for our community through youth development, organising a wide range of activities and local events.

Through our corporate social involvement program, Hillery Group has demonstrated its commitment by sponsoring local organisations and events as well as encouraging and supporting our personnel who are involved in social sporting activities. Since 2011 we have sponsored various sporting teams and will continue to do so.

We are very proud to announce that our social night local soccer team “Hard as Rock” won the Senior Mens 2013. We’re looking forward to celebrating yet more success with the team in the up and coming years.

Since 2014, Hillery Group has sponsored Bowen’s local Rugby Union team the “Mudcrabs” through their annual fundraising event – Muddies Golf Day.

2016 saw the start of a new event held in Bowen – Men’s Health Whitsunday. Hillery Group are proud sponsors of this great event which helps raise awareness on men’s health and their social and emotional wellbeing.

 

In 2019, Hillery Group is proud to announce two new sponsorship’s.

The Whitsunday Brahmans Rugby League Club which is the only Senior Rugby League club in the Whitsunday Region. Boasting three competitive sides in the Seniors (A, Reserves & U/18) as well as U/6 to U/16’s in the junior competition.

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The “Bowen Has Beens” – a team nominated in the “Shitbox Rally” which raises much-needed funds for the Cancer Council. The Shitbox Rally challenges teams to drive cars worth <$1000 (yes, the vehicle must have a value of less than $1000!!!) across some of Australia’s most formidable roads, all in the name of charity. Staff member Ray Stephens is part of the team and will be taking the journey from Melbourne to Townsville in a $1000 ‘shitbox’ late October this year.

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