Empowering change in our community

Our mission to enable better lives is the cornerstone of all our partnerships.

Community events, organisations and charitable causes all contribute to impactful opportunities, visibility, and inclusive change for people living with injury, illness or disability.

APM recognise the need for greater diversity and inclusion and are delighted to have partnerships with a range of local and national groups.

Celebrate WA

Celebrate WA is a not-for-profit organisation responsible for promoting and organising the annual WA Day celebrations, held annually in June.

The WA Day Festival promotes excellence and achievement by Western Australians in all fields of endeavour and celebrates all things Western Australian.

APM support the Western Australian of the Year awards through sponsorship of the Gala Dinner and Awards Evening and a presence at the WA Day Festival.


Generations of Western Australians have grown up with Telethon and through their generosity have had a major impact on some of the life threatening diseases that face our children.

Each year, Telethon raises money to provide equipment for children in hospital, critical services for children with disabilities and life-changing opportunities for disadvantaged children.

APM sponsor the Telethon Family Festival and are the naming rights sponsor of the Charity Trail.


The Anglicare WA Op Shop Ball is a highlight on Perth's social calendar – it is a Ball with a difference.

Since 2007, this sell-out annual gala event plays host to 700 guests and raises vital funds for Anglicare WA.

APM is the presenting partner of this fabulous night to remember.

Unforgettable Ball

The Unforgettable Ball is run by Alzheimer's WA as part of their fundraising initiatives, supporting of 40,000 Western Australians living with all types of dementia.

The event promotes understanding of dementia, how to support people diagnosed with dementia to help alleviate the stigma associated with this condition.

APM is the naming rights sponsor of the Unforgettable Gala Ball 2023.

National Disability Service Western Australia

International Day of People with Disability is a global day that aims to increase public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability, and commending their achievements and successes.

This annual lunch hosted by the National Disability Service
celebrates the achievements of people with disability in Western Australia.

APM are a gold sponsor of NDS WA Lunch in celebration of International Day of People with Disability 2022.

University of Western Australia Cricket Team

The University of Western Australia (UWA) Cricket team are a long established cricket club, based in the University's Crawley campus.

They celebrated their centenary year in 2013, the team has been part of the journey of many high-quality athletes who have gone on to play at the state or national level.

APM is a Tier 3 sponsor of the club, helping the club providing an open, welcoming and professional environment for club members.

Wild About Babies

'Wild About Babies' by Gillie and Marc is one of the world’s biggest public sculpture projects in partnership with the World Wildlife Foundation (WWF).

A celebration of the incredible diversity of the animal kingdom, the 20 bronze sculptures build awareness for vulnerable species across the globe.

WA Museum Boola Bardip together with Perth Zoo and Perth Cultural Centre are bringing artists Gillie and Marc’s impressive animal sculptures to Western Australia.

APM are delighted to be the presenting partner at WA Museum and Perth Zoo throughout the 12-month outdoor exhibition. 

The Body Shop

APM Employment Services have partnered with The Body Shop in Australia to deliver their open hiring policy since 2021.

This approach is targeted at people who have traditionally faced barriers to employment, such as the homeless, single parents, young carers and First Nations Australians.

In 2022, APM helped The Body Shop hire 110 participants in stores across Australia.

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