A&G is proud to have supported both Charles Sturt University and the University of Adelaide.
Ron Potter (A&G Founder) made a significant contribution to Australia’s education system including the creation and development of the Oenology course at Charles Sturt University Wagga Wagga campus (the Ron Potter Centre), and generous contributions to the Ron Potter Fermentation Facility, which was developed for, and is used by, Wine Science students at the University of Adelaide.
A&G takes environmental responsibility seriously and continually seeks to reduce our environmental impact through the removal, replacement or reduction of environmental risks.
The A&G team are committed to supporting local and regional community activities from fundraising through to sporting events.
Of recent times, A&G have proudly partnered with causes and community groups in the Griffith and Mildura area, including executive sponsorship of Griffith’s CanAssist Ball in the Mall, as well as participating in fundraising for a number of causes including Movember, Footy Colours Day, Colour Me Fun Run and World’s Biggest Morning Tea.
At A&G we take great pride in supporting community causes and initiatives close to our heart. We are even more proud when our staff members go above and beyond in support of these causes.
Most recently, A&G Engineering’s own Sarah Petersen participated in the Stars for Griffith Dance for Cancer fundraiser. Her dedication and hard work was clear in her brilliant dance performance, however her fundraising efforts are not to be overlooked. Sarah was recognised on the final night with the award of Highest Overall Fundraiser, after she was able to raise a massive $11,970.00.
In all, the event was a huge success and has raised in excess of $81,000.00 for the Cancer Council of NSW.
Congratulations Sarah on this fantastic achievement.
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