We proudly support organisations in the community and water industry whose work demonstrates or supports us to realise our vision of delivering world class water services for a better life.
Our sponsorship portfolio has three tiers:
For all enquiries about sponsorships please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Community Partnerships Program, launched in 2018, is focused on grassroots community events and programs run by not-for-profit organisations. The programs and events that we support have a clear link to water use and our vision of delivering world class water services for a better life.
This program runs annually following the financial calendar year. Applications for this year have closed and will re-open in February 2020 to support community projects that will run from 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2021.
In 2019, we are proud to support the following organisations to deliver their water related, community projects:
Autism Association of South Australia
Inclusive Aquatic Therapy Program.
This program supports autistic children from 0 to 17 years to use water as a therapeutic medium to develop functional skills.
Adopt the Spot Scheme
The scheme coordinates people in the community across South Australia to clear marine debris from beaches, rivers, creeks and surrounding areas. Funds will help to produce a training and safety video for volunteers.
Beltana Progress Association
Restoration of Weir.
Funds will help to restore the stonework of the iconic Beltana Weir and clean up the waterway so that water continues to run into the town dam.
Centacare Catholic Country SA
Funds will be used to build water- wise wicking beds to grow fresh food and vegetables that can be accessed by disadvantaged people in the community. Our people will have the opportunity to be part of a working bee to create the wicking beds.
Clare Agricultural & Horticultural Society Inc
SA Autumn Garden Festival.
Funds will support marketing activities for the festival, which promotes sustainable gardening practices. Our experts in sustainability and liveability through water use will present to festival-goers and hold workshops.
Gordon Education Centre
Community sensory garden for children with a disability.
Funds will be used to build a sensory garden for Reception to Year 12 students to enable them to be involved in a gardening and outdoor science curriculum in a hands-on way, which they have not been able to do previously. The garden will promote water conservation and sustainability.
Lincoln Park Horse and Human Rehabilitation Centre Inc
Equine Therapy Program.
Funds will be used to purchase sustainable and refillable troughs for rescue horses. The horses are used in an equine therapy program for defence veterans, their families and the general public who suffer from PTSD and mental health issues.
|Lucindale Community Economic Development Board (LINC)|
Lucindale Community Swimming Pool.
Funds will be used to buy and install a disability swing at the redeveloped community swimming pool, enabling people with limited mobility to partake in water-based physical activity and interact with members of their community.
|Maitland & District Progress Association Inc|
Yorke Valley Dam Project.
The Yorke Valley Dam site will be developed into a roadside stop for locals and tourists. Funds will be used to erect a shelter with information about the dam and issues pertaining to water resources. We will provide technical and historical information for the site.
|Murraylands Migrant Resource Centre|
Waterwise Gardening Project.
The centre is responsible for the settlement of new arrivals from migrant and refugee backgrounds. Funds will be used to establish a water wise garden at the centre that teaches people about place-based native plants and brings people together. Our people will give expert advice and present at information sessions.
|Surf Life Saving South Australia|
All Abilities State Sport Carnival.
Funds will be used to establish an inclusive surf aquatics program for youth with a physical or intellectual disability. It will be delivered state-wide throughout the Surf Life Saving networks.
We work with a number of strategic corporate partners who support our work as a major water utility in South Australia, enabling them to improve community outcomes through water use. In 2019, our corporate partners are:
The term of our corporate partnerships is typically in place for three years.
We are a thought leader in the Australian water industry and partner with water related industry groups. We do this to share knowledge and ideas, as well as to better understand and influence decision making in the water industry.
In 2019, our industry partners include:
All industry sponsorship opportunities are individually assessed on a needs basis and applications are considered at any time.
We will not accept applications for sponsorships that support:
Charitable donations are not able to be made by our organisation.