We are very proud of our reputation as a significant corporate citizen in South Australia.
We have many long and fruitful partnerships with a range of community organisations, enabling hundreds of thousands of South Australians to benefit from, or participate in, activities supported by SA Power Networks.
Our sponsorship program is aligned with our strategic intent - to be a leader in electricity distribution and infrastructure services in Australia - therefore our sponsorships reflect the significant role we play in South Australia, and our desire to provide excellent service to our customers and the community.
Manager Sponsorship and Special Events
Phone: 8404 5274
Our current sponsorships
Our newest partnership with Adelaide Bite, South Australia's team in the new Australian Baseball League, is aimed encouraging kids to be active and involved in baseball and raising the profile of the sport in the State. It complements our support of other sporting-related activities
Window World is a special event for the 2013 Adelaide Fringe. Over 6 nights, 6 artists will perform in the windows of the State Library of South Australia. As night falls intimate stories and provocative scenes are played out behind glass. Let your curiosity guide you!
The biennial Adelaide International Film Festival has become a major event on our festival calendar.
The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra is synonymous with excellence, bringing a wide range of music to South Australian audiences.
SA Power Networks were proud partners of the Art Gallery of SA's exhibition Saatchi Gallery in Adelaide: British Art Now.
As Program Partner of Asthma SA's 'Asthma Friendly Workplace Program', SA Power Networks is helping workplaces and employees breathe a little easier while at work.
Balls4Life™ is an initiative to raise awareness and funding for Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia's important work providing support services and raising awareness about this devastating and all-too-common disease.
SA Power Networks helps light up Barossa Under the Stars, an event that has brought a long list of superstars to the Barossa.
Our long association with Country Arts SA has helped more than 100,000 people attend arts events at regional locations across the State.
We are proud sponsors of the Cheung Kong scholarship program, supporting educational exchange between students in Australia and the Asia Pacific region.
When it comes to netball we have the Contax! A powerful force in State netball, Contax have a proud history of success.
Our partnership with Guide Dogs SA.NT will help them to support people with a sensory loss and families of children living with autism.
SA Power Networks is committed to supporting the arts, including the development of the next generation of SA artists through our involvement with the Helpmann Academy.
Every year, tens of thousands of South Australians flock to the Adelaide Hills to view the Lights of Lobethal - powered by SA Power Networks and a special event on our festive calendar.
Many South Australians are touched by cancer. The Mary Potter Loving Tree gives some of them the chance to remember those unable to be a part of festive celebrations.
Operation Flinders Foundation is a South Australian based charitable organisation that runs a world leading wilderness adventure program for young offenders and young people at risk.
As a major sponsor for the Starlight Express Room at the Women's and Children's Hospital, SA Power Networks will complement Starlight's aim to provide a distraction from the pain and stress of illness and treatment.
Education is essential for the progress of young Indigenous Australians. The Polly Farmer Foundation, with SA Power Networks' support, is helping steer young Indigenous people on the road to further education.
In our own business we seek to reduce our environmental footprint and we work with Trees for Life to support the wonderful efforts of its volunteers across South Australia.
Our partnership is with Zoos SA supporting a range of their conservation and education programs and helping bring Wang Wang and Funi to Adelaide Zoo.