Club Sponsorship

A Huge Thank You to All Our Current Sponsors

Anna Bay IGA – every year the IGA store at Anna Bay donates funds in cash through their Community Chest program and most recently has sponsored a BBQ for our new trainee surf lifesavers.

Anna Bay Newsagency – have continued to display a collection tin for the Club and donated all monies collected.

BP Anna Bay – hold donation tins for the Surf Club and $630 was received from them this year.

Crest – Crest have allowed us to sell the Saturday and Sunday Telegraph newspapers (kindly donated by the Telegraph) in their café, raising approximately $2000 for the Surf Club.  Crest have also sponsored Club hooded towels that are available for sale.1000114_394861117310683_869826955_n

Kubota – supply a new beach vehicle each season at reduced cost to the club.

Localsearch – donated to the Club and provided a gazebo for use during Nippers and patrols.local search logo

Morley and Company Accountants – audit our Club accounts and offer their time and expertise to help keep the Club’s financial records in order.

Newcastle Permanent - have donated Age Manager shirts, Water Safety rash shirts, straw hats and a patrol shelter to each of the 13 Hunter Branch Clubs in September 2016.Newcastle Permanent logo

PRDnationwide Port Stephens – donated to the Club and their banner is on our patrol trailer.  They have been sponsors of our surf club for several years now and we greatly appreciate their continued support.PRD Email Signature Logo

Soldiers Point Bowling Club - donated to the Club and their banner is on our patrol trailer.  Over the years, SPBC have sponsored our surf club and we greatly appreciate their continued support.

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National and State Level Sponsors:

DHL, WestPac and Telstra -

For their significant uniform sponsorship, enabling uniforms to be provided free of charge to patrolling lifesavers.

Woodside

Provided a free Sun Shelter Marquee

Bonds

Over the last 10 years Bonds has supported the ‘nippers’ program at club level all around Australia. Sponsoring over 75,000 nippers across 122 clubs over this time, bonds designed and donated Club rash shirts free of charge so that Club funds could be raised through their sale and keep the children sun-safe.