Bendigo and Adelaide Bank is committed to supporting local communities.
The main way we assist communities with sponsorships is through our national branch network, with the establishment of long term relationships and commitment from both partners. We believe this provides the most benefit to communities because local people are making the decisions on where funds are distributed in their own communities.
Please contact your closest Bendigo Bank branch with regards to local sponsorship requests.
Unfortunately, at this time we are unable to consider any new national or state-based sponsorship requests, as we are committed to existing long term partnerships.
For other community funding options, please keep an eye on Community Enterprise Foundation’s Community Bank® Grants Programs available in your community.
Our major sponsorships include:
Australian Baseball League and Baseball Australia
Bendigo Bank is delighted to be a major partner of the Australian Baseball League (ABL), and Baseball Australia, supporting the growth and development of Baseball in Australia from grassroots to the Australian national league.
The sponsorship sees the Bank supporting all six national baseball teams across Australia; Brisbane Bandits, Sydney Blue Socks, Canberra Calvary, Melbourne Aces, Adelaide Bite and Perth Heat.
The Bank is also naming rights partner of the Bendigo Bank Little League Championship Series, held each year in June. This series gives 11 and 12-year-old ballplayers the chance to represent Australia at the Little League World Series in the USA.
Throughout the baseball season Bendigo Bank will run a number of activities, including the very popular Baseball Buddies program that allows grassroots clubs to line up with ABL teams on field prior to the first pitch of every ballgame.
Want to know more about Baseball in Australia, head to Baseball Australia’s official website baseball.com.au
To see the full Australian Baseball League’s team schedule head to The ABL Schedule.
Bendigo Bank has signed on as a premier partner with the Adelaide Football Club, the Adelaide Crows. But this partnership is much bigger than football, it’s about our investment in the South Australian community
View more information on Adelaide Crows.
Bendigo Bank has partnered with not-for-profit Cool Australia to deliver a week of environmental action for young people across Australia.
More than 150,000 students embrace Enviroweek each year, taking on environmental challenges to make a difference to their area and make their world a cleaner and greener place to live.
Through Bendigo Bank’s sponsorship of the program, Enviroweek’s message of sustainable change is spread across the country.
In 2014, Bendigo Bank became a major sponsor of Earth Hour, the single largest mass participation event of its kind in the world. Earth Hour aims to focus the World’s attention on climate change, including the threat of climate change on the Great Barrier Reef and Australia’s food security. Bendigo Bank encourages staff and customers to take part in Earth Hour annually by switching off their lights.
For over a decade, Bendigo Bank has been the Principal Regional Partner of Orchestra Victoria, taking live orchestral music and educational workshops to communities across Victoria that the orchestra would not otherwise have been able to reach. The On the mOVe education program provides music development opportunities for young regional musicians and teachers, and culminates in the students joining the full orchestra in a concert.
Together, we bring the joy of music to communities across regional Victoria.
St John SA
St John volunteers attend thousands of events and emergencies across the state each year, providing lifesaving first aid care to the public.
Recognising the importance of St John to the local community, Bendigo Bank has partnered with the not-for-profit organisation to launch Volunteer for a Volunteer in 2016, a campaign designed to keep communities safe
To support the ongoing work of St John and its volunteers, Volunteer for a Volunteer will raise funds for vital equipment, training and supplies, while telling the real stories behind St John’s local heroes.
To find out more or to donate please visit the website