Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan
Reconciliation Australia has endorsed our Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). Based on the learnings of our Reflect RAP, our second RAP will further our efforts in continuing to build a culturally diverse and inclusive environment.
Our Innovate RAP has multiple key focuses, built on central themes such as partnerships, employment pathways and supporting First Nations businesses.
Through our second RAP, we aim to continue to develop our relationships with First Nations people, fostering a culture of inclusivity and unity.
Title: Tali at Kalipinpa
Artist: Benisa Marks
In this painting, Benisa tells the story of a big rock hole in the sand hills in her country, Kalipinpa. Kalipinpa is located 400 km west of Alice Springs near Kintore. This is the country of Benisa’s father. It is at Kalipinpa where you will see a sacred soak. This soak is very significant to Benisa’s Dreaming.
Cirka has an outstanding track record of actively collaborating with charitable organisations to provide essential aid and support to communities in need.
We are proud supporters of the following charities:
- Spotless Industry Participation Program
- The Royal Children’s Hospital
- The Australian Childhood Foundation
- Brain Cancer Collective
- Cancer Council
- Chris O’Brien Lifehouse
- Flinders Cancer Centre
- The Flood Appeal
- The Bushfire Appeal
Cirka is committed to supporting the communities we operate in to thrive.
One of our key business values is to “Act Responsibly” by fostering community awareness and a giving culture.