Ausbuild is calling for expressions of interest from charities, community groups and organisations based in the City of Moreton Bay to partner with them for the Dolphins NRL 2024 season.
As a creator of new communities, Ausbuild sees a synergy in becoming the inaugural Community Partner of the Dolphins NRL.
In a move which exceeds conventional sponsorship boundaries, Ausbuild has taken the opportunity to give back to the community and say thanks to those doing incredible things across Moreton Bay, explains Ausbuild Joint Managing Director Matthew Bell.
“We delight in recognising and celebrating people who are making a remarkable contribution to the local community and, thanks to our partnership with the Dolphins, we were able to make dreams come true,” Matthew says.
“Last year, Ausbuild proudly supported 12 charities, community groups and worthy initiatives including volunteers, local carers, frontline workers, and essential services, who received home game tickets, life-changing experiences, access to players, media exposure and the chance to walk on the field and participate in the prestigious guard of honour.
“We also raised more than $20,000 across the season, which was donated to two incredible causes including the Torchinska family and Give a Child a Chance.
“Ausbuild is proud to make such a positive contribution to Moreton Bay and give back. We look forward to the successful outcomes and positive contribution the 2024 season makes to the community and the people that call it home.”
How to get involved
Ausbuild is now calling for expressions of interest from charities, community groups and oganisations based in the City of Moreton Bay to be part of the home game fun of the 2024 Dolphins NRL season.
Successful partners will receive up to 150 tickets to a Dolphins home game and the opportunity to join the guard of honour as the mighty fins run onto the field.
Other opportunities will be allocated to select groups which may include the ability to fundraise, merchandise packs and other money-can’t-buy experiences in partnership with the Dolphins and Dynamic Bradview Roofing.
Applications are now open via the online application form. Submissions must be received by 5pm (AEST) on Friday, February 23.
To register your interest to be an Ausbuild community partner for the Dolphins NRL 2024 season, or for more information, visit the website
For more information about the 2023 Ausbuild Dolphins NRL Community Partners, visit https://www.ausbuild.com.au/dolphins-nrl
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