Not only will leasing a vehicle from Kooya Australia Fleet Solutions help towards a prosperous Indigenous business sector you will also be helping Indigenous Communities right across Australia.
Kooya channels a minimum of 5% of the profits generated from its business operations into an Indigenous Community investment model called the Bibbulmun Fund.
The Bibbulmun fund encourages, supports and inspires Indigenous Communities and designs and delivers programs around education, numeracy and literacy. This includes scholarships, work ready programs, reclaiming culture and language courses, youth diversionary programs, elder’s camps and leadership programs.
Importantly the Bibbulmun fund invests in targeted community projects that are run by local community members and have support from local leaders.
The Bibbulmun Fund is held in Trust by the Fremantle Foundation, a community foundation that supports and administers family, individual and corporate giving.
Bibbulmun Fund Advisory Committee: Kali Balint (CEO – Indigenous Consulting Group Australia), Amu Shah (Chair – Quick Corporate Australia), Kim Collard (CEO – Kulbardi), Colleen Hayward (Head of Kurongkurl Katitjin, ECU’s Centre for Indigenous Education and Research), Darren Hayes (CEO – Quick Corporate Australia) and Uncle Noel Nannup (Nyungar Elder).