Two Liquorland employees picking up rubbish as part of Clean Up Australia day

Community and sustainability

See your impact

As a Coles Team Member, you’ll form a very important part of our community and sustainability efforts. From building the trust and respect of your local community with great service and a friendly attitude, to helping to drive sustainability efforts such as through our partnership with food rescue organisation SecondBite. There are so many ways to see your impact at Coles. We value team members who bring an open mind and fresh ideas to tackle these important issues – it all starts with you!
Coles team members with Second Bite crates full of produce

Together to Zero 

Together to Zero sets our ambitions towards zero emissions, zero waste and zero hunger.
A Coles truck driving amongst wind turbines
Better Together
Better Together recognises that when we work together, we can make a real difference to our team members, our suppliers, our customers and to the communities in which we live and work.
Two farmers unloading hay from a truck
A Coles team member helping load groceries into a customer's car

Working as one community 

We believe we can build stronger communities – inside our walls and out – when we all work together. It’s how we make a positive difference and the key to supporting each other in times of need. And it’s how we protect our most vulnerable, and prioritise the health and wellbeing of our team members and customers everywhere. 

Coles Nurture Fund

In April 2015, Coles launched the $50 million Nurture Fund to help small to medium-sized businesses to innovate and grow.
A farmer and a child with a Cow
Charity and Community Partners
At Coles, we proudly support many community and charity partners across Australia through financial contributions, fundraising, food donations and disaster relief.
Coles Lisa Ronson with AFLW members
Aboriginal artwork by Nikita Ridgeway

About the artwork​​​​​​​

This original artwork design was created for Coles by Bundjalung/Biripi artist Nikita Ridgeway of Boss Lady Design and Communication© . 
The dots, as used in the art of Northern Aboriginal Australian people, reflect the notion of community with many different groups circling around a larger collective goal. The cross-hatching designs, as used in the art of Southern Aboriginal Australian people, represent the weaving technique used to create tools to hunt and gather food. Combined, they represent the importance of working together to protect and sustain life.

Learn more about Coles

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About Coles Group
We’re finding more ways to sustainably feed millions of Australians and helping them to lead healthier, happier lives.
Coles team members dressed in rainbow garb
Diversity and inclusion 
We’re all different, and proud to be. Because we know our differences set us apart – and can also bring us together. 
Coles team members in a corporate learning activity
Learning and development
Learning and development opportunities are always open to you.
Coles team member with a long service award
Rewards and benefits
We ask our team members to give it their best, so it’s only right that we do the same when it comes to their benefits. 

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