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Sponsorships for a lasting impact on your local community

Corporate responsibility is vital to Serco. It encompasses some of the most important aspects of our long-term sustainability: health and safety, the environment, our people and our communities. Over the past 20 years, Serco Asia Pacific has been committed to supporting the communities in which we operate and continue to make a positive impact across Australia.

Serco will be supporting the local Clarence Valley community in two ways. 

Long-term Sponsorship Opportunities 

NorthernPathways, via the John Laing Charitable Trust (JLCT), and in association with Serco and John Holland will be working with Clarence Valley welfare organisations requiring financial and in-kind assistance for projects and programs to specifically address: Education, youth and the disadvantaged, homelessness and community regeneration.

NorthernPathways invited sponsorship proposals from local organisations that could demonstrate:

  • how a proposal will contribute to positive outcomes consistent with the themes of education, youth & disadvantaged, homelessness, community regeneration;
  • linkages to the Clarence Correctional Centre project; and
  • benefits for the local community and the enduring impacts from the proposal.

NorthernPathways is currently reviewing a number of submissions from suitable partners that will help to deliver good quality initiatives which can improve the Clarence Valley community. “Every partnership presents a unique opportunity which can be tailored to suit the partner’s objectives and capacities. Each opportunity will be considered for its unique benefits to those in need”, said NorthernPathways Project Director, Mike Cramb.

Short-term Annual Sponsorships 

Serco will be working directly with the Clarence Valley community, providing funding for and involvement in local initiatives. We will be offering a number of short-term sponsorships for initiatives or programs run by community groups, non-government organisations or other organisations based in the Clarence Valley local areas. More information on how to get involved will be available toward the end of 2018.