We have a corporate giving branch called Austal Giving, which is our CSR branch. We have many initiatives that we support, from supporting men's mental health through organisations like the Spinnaker Health Foundation to providing funding and support for counselling services for children experiencing domestic violence in disadvantaged areas through Young Hearts. We have run clean-up days for the local community, made donations to local businesses to purchase training equipment such as iPads for coastal lifeguards, participated in hunger relief charity events (FoodBank), running company-wide raffles to raise money to support Kimberley region flood victims, site tours for students in disadvantaged areas, donation of food products, milk, medical supplies, cleaning supplies, household items such as bleach and toilet paper and soap to charities, as well as support for the Djaalinj Waakinj Ear Portal program - helping to provide support to Aboriginal children suffering ear infections at no cost. These are just some of the many things Austal has done for the local and wider community, of which a few of these items I have personally been involved with as one of the committee members for Austal Giving. Unfortunately, not many people are aware of the work that we do in this space, so it wouldn't be surprising that it is quite unheard of.