Providing Support

Our communities are at the heart of everything we do. We provide support through:

Creating employment opportunities and long-term careers

Generating regional economic value through the procurement of goods and services from local suppliers

Contributing to grassroots community activities including sports clubs and community events

Supporting emergency relief efforts by mobilising people and infrastructure e.g. flood recovery

Driving a pipeline of agricultural leaders through sponsorship of the Charles Sturt AGcessibility Scholarship

Partnering with Agri-research bodies to conduct trials and host field days to share findings and knowledge

Our Communities


invested in an Agricultural scholarship at CSU


jobs created, 80% rural/regional based


major university partnerships to deliver a pipeline of employment opportunities into agriculture


local sporting clubs sponsored

Investing in the Regions in Which We Work and Live.

We contribute time, resources and capital to regional Australia and its communities, and by extension each community is an essential contributor to the success of our projects.

We understand the importance and value of working in collaboration with the communities in which we work and invest, through the employment of great people, engaging with specialists and how we purchase our goods.

Charles Sturt University AGcessibility Scholarship Program

GO.FARM, the Anthony Costa Foundation and Australian Farming Services have partnered with Charles Sturt University to launch a new horticulture and agriculture scholarship. The program is aimed at young people in rural communities and offers scholarships to First Nations people and regional students.

The three groups have committed over $1.3 million of philanthropic support to the program, which will help fund the education of 10 students a year.