Cockburn Gateway is dedicated to supporting and fostering partnerships with local organisations and charities. As part of our community initiative, we offer free spaces within our mall to local community groups and charities to assist with raising awareness and fundraising. If you'd like to utilise this space, please fill out the form below.
Cockburn Gateway Shopping City permits 1 community booking in to the Centre each week. The allocated site for these bookings is Site 1, located outside Liquorland (map provided upon booking approval). Each group is permitted to utilise only 7 days in any 12 month financial year period, each booking can only be a maximum of 2 days. In accordance with centre guidelines, prior to submitting your application, we need to ensure that you meet the criteria for a community booking.
Please note that no bookings for the community site will be accepted during the month of December due to the site being utilised for centre gift wrapping with approved charities.
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MALL WALKING PROGRAM
The Mall Walking Program is run by the Heart Foundation in association with Cockburn Gateway. The program runs every Tuesday and walkers can enter via the Soul Pattinson entry near Coles at 7:45am and meet our experienced walk leaders in front of Coles at 8:00am.
If you would like to know more about our Mall Walking Program and to register, please contact Centre Management on 08 9498 5577 or visit https://walking.heartfoundation.org.au/walking/
Found a gift in-centre?
We wrap all purchases over $20 at our Information Desk for a gold coin donation per gift to Heart Kids WA. Simply present your receipt at the Information Desk and our friendly staff will take care of the rest.
Please note there is a limit of 5 gifts per person, per day.
giving back program
If you’re a local not-for-profit organisation, you could be eligible to receive a $500 funding grant from our Giving Back program.
Every quarter, two local not-for-profit organisations will be selected for the grant. Grant winners will be selected at the end of each quarter (September, December, March and June).
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Community recycling station
Every little bit counts. The next time you have to dispose of batteries, globes, plastics bags, ink cartridges or mobiles, consider our environment and use the community recycling station located at the entry near ALDI.
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KEEPING KIDS IN SCHOOL PROGRAM
The Keeping Kids in School (KKIS) program operates through the support of the WA Police Force, Department of Education and local businesses. The KKIS program aims to reduce truancy levels by discouraging students from accessing shopping centres during school hours.
Follow the link below to access further information about the KKIS program and exemptions.
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