Sponsorship & partners

We sponsor and partner with organisations and events that benefit the communities in which we operate, and align with our key sponsorship objectives, which include:

Education and training

  • Encouraging participation in STEM subjects

  • Enhancing numeracy and literacy outcomes

  • Removing learning barriers to employment

Health and well-being

  • Improving quality of life and promoting healthy lifestyle choices

  • Addressing specific health concerns

  • Increasing access to health services

Community development

  • Contributing to community vibrancy and sense of belonging

  • Celebrating local history and culture

  • Space activation

Environmental sustainability

  • Supporting conservation

  • Improving local biodiversity

  • Strengthening environmental awareness and stewardship

Economic development

  • Building business capacity and capability

  • Innovation leading to improved productivity

  • Economic diversification

CSBP will not sponsor:

  • Illegal or unethical events or activities under local laws and practices

  • Grant-making or funding bodies, e.g. Lotterywest

  • Organisations that discriminate based on ethnicity, age, gender, sexuality, impairment, beliefs

  • Individuals or teams

  • Political organisations or campaigns

  • Religious events or activities

  • Gambling, tobacco, alcohol or drug-related promotion

  • Organisations, events or activities that may cause harm to the environment or public health and safety.


How to apply


Kwinana/Rockingham Area

In 2017, CSBP will be providing sponsorship grants under the WesCEF Community Grants Program.

The program provides funding to not-for-profit organisations that run programs, activities and events benefiting the communities closest to our operations in Kwinana and Rockingham.

Organisations within the Kwinana industrial complex (area boarded by Kwinana Freeway to coast from Woodman Point to Port Kennedy) are invited to apply for funding of up to $2000.

Applications will open from 1 August and close 30 August.

To apply go to http://www.wescef.com.au/community/sponsorships/

Regional

All sponsorship and partnership requests must be submitted through the form below. All applications must be submitted at least six weeks prior to the start of the proposed sponsorship to ensure consideration. 

We evaluate eligible sponsorship requests based on value for money and compatibility with our sponsorship objectives, as stated above. We may seek further clarification from applicants, where required. In addition, organisations may be required to provide a written sponsorship agreement which will need to be signed by both parties.

Please note that as a condition of accepting sponsorship, organisations agree to provide a report on the delivery of agreed sponsorship benefits to CSBP.
 

Applicant details

Host organisation details (if applicable)

Overview

List board or management committee members of your organisation

Sponsorship details

Category




What sponsorship benefits are to be offered to Wesfarmers Chemicals, Energy & Fertilisers?





Do you have a program to promote and publicise this activity?

Funding details

Type of sponsorship


Have you previously received sponsorship support from WesCEF or its businesses?

By submitting the application you are declaring you are authorised to seek sponsorship and offer the benefits outlined on behalf of your organisation. You declare that the information provided in this proposal is correct.

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