Fulton Hogan cares for the communities we operate in. Our people regularly donate their time to local causes and initiatives, while at a regional and national level we provide financial support, skills and resources to a wide range of organisations that are strengthening our communities.
Of community groups supported
To save the Takahē
Raised for Cure Brain Cancer
Takahē Recovery Programme
Like most people, we’re passionate about our environment and the survival of our native species.
In 2016, we signed a five-year partnership with the Department of Conservation (DOC) worth NZ$1 million to support its Takahē Recovery Programme.
This initiative is helping to re-establish takahē in South Island high tussock lands. Encouragingly, the population in this area passed 300 birds for the first year.
The Clontarf Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that exists to improve the education, discipline, life skills, self-esteem and employment prospects of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men, and by doing so equips them to participate more meaningfully in society achieve their full potential.
Currently 9000 students are participating in the Clontarf Foundation program, across 122 Academies and in many locations where our Fulton Hogan sites co-exist. An important component of the partnership will be the development of a strong relationship between the Clontarf students, academy staff and Fulton Hogan employees in these communities.
Fulton Hogan is excited to have the opportunity to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities through the delivery of tangible achievements in education and employment that we can all be proud of.
Inclusion and wellbeing is an important part of life at Fulton Hogan. It’s part of daily life for our teams.
Since 2015, Fulton Hogan has helped the wounded and ill men and women of the New Zealand Defence Force compete in an international multi-sport event, as a sponsor of the Kiwi Invictus team. We’re right behind the team and the amazing energy and effort they put into their achievements.
MND New Zealand
New Zealand has the highest known rate of motor neurone disease (MND) per head of population in the world – and we’re stepping up to do our bit to help. Every week an average of two New Zealanders are diagnosed with MND, and there is no known cure.
As the Foundation Corporate Sponsor we will help enable MND New Zealand’s Support Team to better assist people living with MND by establishing a homecare fund for clients and families.
Black Dog Institute
Fulton Hogan is proud to partner with Black Dog Institute, the only medical research institute in Australia to investigate mental health across the lifespan, with an aim to create a mentally healthier world for everyone.
They do this through ‘translational’ research. Integrating research studies, education programs, digital tools and apps, clinical services, and public resources to discover new solutions, foster connections and create real-world change.
Their partnerships with people with lived experience, federal, state and local governments, communities, schools, corporate Australia and others in the mental health sector enables them to drive evidence-informed change in mental health where it’s needed most.
Black Dog Institute is an independent not-for-profit medical research institute affiliated with UNSW Sydney.
As part of the partnership Fulton Hogan is supporting a new app 'Headgear Construction', which will provide practical and proven mental health strategies for construction workers experiencing mental illness.