ATOM's Community Engagement Fund

As part of our commitment to Community Engagement, we are very proud to have established the ATOM Community Engagement (ACE) Fund. The Fund receives 1.5% of all proceeds created from the sale of products supplied by Nogard Australia, the largest Indigenous supply company in Australia. In conjunction with this contribution, ATOM is pleased to announce that Nogard Australia is also contributing 1.5% of all sales to ATOM to the ACE Fund, meaning that the Fund will raise in excess of $500,000 annually. We appreciate the opportunity given through the ACE Fund to give back and support the wider community that have enabled us to become one of Australia’s leading Industrial Supply companies.

The ATOM Community Engagement Fund is operated by a Corporate Trustee and is a Public Ancillary fund. Pursuant to the trustees’ constitution, the ACE Fund is able to allocate funds raised to DGR certified organisations focused on 3 key areas; 

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Indigenous youth education and youth-to-work projects

02

Indigenous health initiatives and community engagement

03

Men’s and women’s cancer prevention and care 

Our Current Beneficiaries 

ATOM in the Community

ATOM believes in supporting the communities and regions that have assisted us in becoming one of Australia’s leading industrial and safety supply companies. Each of ATOM’s warehouses supports their local communities through their own sporting, cultural and charity programs and initiatives as well as the economic benefits that result from our business operating in the area. We endeavour to provide an enduring economic benefit to youth education and youth-to-work programs.

 

Working with Intellectually Impaired Australians

ATOM is proud to announce our new community initiative providing youth-education and youth-to-work programs for Australians with Special Needs & Intellectual Disabilities. Partnering with organisations such as Nova Employment who support people with Autism, our programs allow us to work towards creating a better future and more opportunities for people living with disabilities in the community. Through these initiatives, we aim to enrich the ATOM culture and provide meaningful opportunities across our branches.

 

Our foundation program has four key areas that focus on:

  • Work Experience

  • Transition To Work

  • ATOM Trainees

  • ATOM Employment

 

Our entry-level roles include work within site facilitation, embroidery management, warehousing and showroom stocking. Each role has the opportunity for an exciting career path within ATOM and we look forward to tracking the many lives that will change through our programs. We also appreciate that the real reward will be how interacting with the recipients enhances our working culture and promotes diversity within our workforce.

Working with Indigenous Australians

We are constantly seeking to further align ourselves with initiatives that support Indigenous communities in not only our regional branch locations but throughout Australia. ATOM is proud to be working closely with the GO Foundation to provide youth-to-work opportunities for Indigenous Australians throughout our national branch network. Integrating our business with such initiatives allows us to actively engage with groups that work towards creating a better future and more opportunities for the Indigenous community.

 

We look forward to sharing more about our community involvement as these initiatives progress and would like to take the opportunity to thank the communities that have supported us and helped us grow throughout our journey.

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ATOM acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands in which we operate in Australia. We recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them, their cultures; and to elders both past, present and emerging.