Community Partnership Trust

The LUCRF Community Partnership Trust was established in 2010 to support projects that build skills, capacity and knowledge within communities.

Central to the Community Partnership Trust is the belief in doing good work in the community to help those less fortunate. This tenet strongly aligns with the values of LUCRF Super and its unique heritage which focuses on providing dignity to all, particularly in retirement.

The Trust is dedicated to providing support for organisations that enrich the lives of disadvantaged Australians to encourage them to develop skills and attitudes that will assist them throughout their lives.

It supports community organisations that demonstrate similar core values to those of LUCRF Super including fairness, respect, integrity, service, support, courage and innovation.

Community partners are selected for delivering important services to people in the communities in which LUCRF Super members live and work. Specifically, organisations which would not otherwise receive funding from traditional sources are considered highly.

Find out how you can get involved.

Read more about our supported community projects.

Our mission

To identify and support worthy causes which provide important services and support to people within the communities in which LUCRF Super members live and work and align with community organisations which share LUCRF Super’s values. To build relationships, which extend beyond a transactional nature, between LUCRF Super and  its contributing employers and members.

Our focus

We seek to support community based organisations that deliver valuable services in the areas of:

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • Arts, culture and heritage
  • Community support
  • Education and training
  • Environment and health
  • Women, refugees and youth.

Our Board

The LUCRF Community Partnership Trust is governed by a Board of Directors made up of well known and respected individuals who have dedicated much of their careers to improving the lives of others.

  • Julie Warren, Chair
  • Hon. John Cain
  • Hon. Monica Gould
  • Bill Kelty AC
  • Gary Brown
  • The Hon. Shane Marshall
  • Ma Wei-Pin
  • Sr. Maryanne Confoy, RSC