Founded with altruistic values, all profit generated by Liberty Indervon Service Stations are returned to the Ngaanyatjarra Communities for the benefit of the community members. Communities decide for themselves how best to invest their profits each year and traditionally funds are used to upgrade community facilities such as community and centres, churches and sporting facilities.
Over 80 Central Australians are employed by our umbrella organisation, the Ngaanyatjarra Council, half of whom are in the employ of Liberty Indervon making us a leading employer in Alice Springs.
With Alice Springs having the second largest population in the Northern Territory and providing a business hub for residents of remote regions of the surrounding states, Liberty Indervon understands the importance of supporting the economy of Central Australia. Our business proudly buys local which means we put an average of $15M a year back into the local economy.
The franchise has also established long-term partnerships with the greater Central Australian Community as sponsors of:
- Alice Springs Turf Club
- Harts Range Amateur Race Club NT
- Rovers B Grade Netball Club
- AFL Northern Territory Juniors
- Our Lady Of The Sacred Heart Catholic College
- Alice Springs U17 Netball
- Aileron Bush Club Easter Weekend
- Federal Cricket Club
- Raiders Softball Team