Community Projects

Community Projects

Australian Fire Protection is a national company with a heart for the local community.
Every year Australian Fire Protection’s management team decide on a community project to support. Whether fire training, an evacuation procedures manual or fire evacuation are required the entire team at Australian Fire Protection are quick to put up their hand to help.

If you have a community project you would like Australian Fire Protection to support, you can submit an application form below.


"Social responsibility became part of Australian Fire Protection's core actions several years ago when we decided to introduce a Community Engagement Officer. This role was aimed to improve the awareness of fire safety and the importance of training within community organisations.

Over the last few years, this role merged to form the Business Relationship Team where we identify projects that Australian Fire Protection would like to partner with in the community. We do so by assisting in developing fire safety strategies and implementing training as part of our commitment to our responsible business practice and sustainability.

We are currently working with Soldier On and 2019 we worked with a small community group 'Peachey Community Garden' where volunteers gather to share gardening knowledge and contribute to various local workshops.

Peachey Community Garden approached Australian Fire Protection as they were required to ensure that all their volunteers were trained in first response fire training for the safety of the Park with the introduction of a Pizza Oven.

Australian Fire Protection continues to look at different community groups to assist with fire training and strategies as part of our social and corporate responsibility implementation."

Tracey at australian fire protection

Tracey- Business Relationship Manager

Community Projects

  • Peachey Community Garden
  • It's in the Bag

It’s in the Bag” Project has been identified by the Australian Fire Protection team as one of the contributions that they will be working on heading into Christmas. The It’s in the Bag fundraiser is coordinated by Share the Dignity which is an opportunity for people and businesses to either buy or use a handbag that is In good condition and fill it up with products that females in need would find helpful/beneficial.

There are 3 types of bags that they are collecting:

  • Teen Bag
  • Nappy Bag
  • Woman’s Bag

Essential items for Teen Bags will be Shampoo & Conditioner, Roll on Deodorant, Soap, Toothbrush & Toothpaste, Feminine Hygiene Products, Hairbrush etc.

Essential items for Nappy Bags will be Maternity Pads, Breast Pads, Newborn Nappies, Shampoo & Conditioner, Toothbrush & Toothpaste, Roll on Deodorant, Baby Shampoo, Disposable Nappy Bags, Baby Wipes, Dummies, Baby Wash, Nappy Rash Cream etc.

Essential items for Woman’s Bags will be Shampoo & Conditioner, Roll on Deodorant, Soap, Toothbrush & Toothpaste, Feminine Hygiene Products, Hairbrush etc.

Special products such as make up, books, nail polish, jewellery etc. can also be added into these bags but please remember no sharp objects such as razors, knives, scissors or food and drink are not allowed to be added into these bags or any pharmaceutical items.

Drop off Points:

  • Your local Bunnings Warehouse stores between November 22nd and December 7th.

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