Our work wouldn’t be possible without the extraordinary generosity of our corporate partners.
Fundraising is a great way to engage your staff and colleagues as well as a great opportunity to associate your brand with Paralympics Australia.
There are many ways Australian businesses can get involved with Paralympics Australia and help us achieve our mission.
Become a charity partner
Becoming a charity partner will allow your business or organisation to align with a reputable and well-regarded brand with high levels of recognition and understanding. Your organisation will also be clearly positioned as a company that supports the uniquely Australian attributed of hardwork, mateship, determination and ‘having a go.
Paralympic Corporate Challenge
Paralympic Corporate Challenges give businesses a fun, professional development program for team building. The Challenge can be tailored to your needs and uses Paralympic sport to teach participants valuable team building lessons, while also raising funds for our Paralympians.
Your team can race 100m blindfolded, work together in a game of wheelchair basketball and wheelchair rugby, challenge their limits in sitting volleyball and learn valuable professional lessons from Australia’s top Paralympic athletes.
For more information, click here.
Workplace giving is a formalised, payroll-based giving scheme which allows your employees to make a regular donation from their pre-tax pay.
Many of Australia’s largest employers use workplace giving to give their employees the chance to contribute to a cause or causes they care most about. Importantly, it is relatively easy to implement and sustain.
For more information on workplace giving, click here.
Become a sponsor
A sponsorship is ideal for organisations who want to achieve the maximum level of exposure and integration with Paralympics Australia and our programs.
If you’re interested in becoming a sponsor of Paralympics Australia, click here.
If you would like to speak to someone about how your company can support Paralympics Australia, please contact: