CS Energy strives to be recognised and trusted as a socially responsible business. Our Social Investment Framework underpins our approach to sponsorships, grants and donations.
As CS Energy focusses on returning to profit, we have temporarily ceased all non-committed sponsorships, grants and donations. This decision will be reviewed as our business performance improves.
We remain committed to the communities that host our operations. We will work with key community stakeholders to ensure our ongoing non-financial support in every way we can. For more information, contact the Corporate Communications Team.
Chinchilla Community Benefits Trust
CS Energy runs a grants program at its Kogan Creek Power Station to support projects that improve community facilities or benefit the local environment. We established the Chinchilla Community Benefits Trust in 2004 to provide community support during the construction of the power station and beyond. So far, we’ve invested more than $800,000 through the trust to social infrastructure and community service projects in the region.
CS Energy coordinates the Chinchilla Community Benefits Trust in partnership with the Western Downs Regional Council. For more information, telephone 4662 7056.
Schools in Chinchilla and Biloela were participants in the popular Moving Opera! program. Opera Queensland artists coach students in opera and musical theatre skills in an intensive five-day program. The week culminates in a community performance in front of family and friends to raise funds for their schools’ music departments.
So what's the end result of a Moving Opera! workshop? View a video of a previous workshop held in Ipswich on You Tube.