FRNSW Seeking Corporate Partnerships
Published: 16th December 2015
This release is public notice that Expressions of Interest are now welcome from all interested parties who recognise this opportunity and would like to discuss commercial relationships going forward. Read more...
Sponsorship of Fire and Rescue NSW
Fire and Rescue New South Wales (FRNSW) Sponsorship Program provides corporate organisations a unique opportunity to strategically position their organisation, brand, products and services with the Fire and Rescue NSW Community Engagement Programs.
FRNSW aims to enhance community safety, quality of life and confidence by minimising the impact of hazards and emergency incidents on the people, environment and economy of NSW.
Community safety is one of FRNSW's three critical capabilities. Under this capability, we seek corporate organisations to partner with us to develop and communicate a range of safety initiatives and prevention programs to the community of NSW.
FRNSW encourages organisation to officially register their interest online before entering discussion about their marketing objectives, and to explore ways of integrating these with those of FRNSW. We are keen to develop and nurture ongoing relationships with sponsors that are mutually beneficial to both parties.
- What can be sponsored?
- Preferred sponsor attributes
- Our community reach
- Why become a sponsor
- Sponsorship policy and guidelines
- Register expression of interest
Who to contact about sponsorship
If you are enquiring about sponsorship of items for individual fire stations or clusters of stations, please contact these stations directly. If you are enquiring about corporate sponsorships, please contact:
Partnerships, Evaluation and Marketing Team Leader
Community Engagement Unit
Phone: 9742 7358
Mobile: 0408 297 759
Sponsorship of external organisations
Fire and Rescue NSW sometimes sponsors external activities where these align with corporate goals and priorities. For example, we sponsor the Asian short-clawed otter at Dubbo's Western Plains Zoo; this sponsorship allows dissemination of fire safety messages to large numbers of visitors annually.
Fire and Rescue NSW does not directly sponsor or donate to charities from its own funds (although many of our staff personally donate to such causes). For enquiries on possible FRNSW sponsorship of external activities, refer to the contacts below.