SA Water supports a range of programs, organisations and events across South Australia.
In 2017-18, we are sponsoring:
- Adelaide Film Festival
- Agricultural Bureau of South Australia
- Australian Water Association – State Conference
- Clare A&H Society – SA Autumn Garden Festival
- Cobdogla Irrigation and Steam Museum
- Enventive – VACSWIM
- KESAB environment solutions – APY Lands water education
- Nursery and Garden Industry
- South Australian Tourism Commission – Credit Union Christmas Pageant (provision of drink bottles and Quench Benches)
- Surf Life Saving SA – Beach Safe education programs
- TAFE SA- Building and Construction awards. Certificate in Water Operations Award
- Trainee and Apprentice Placement Service – Awards for Excellence
- WaterAid Australia – Gold Ball
- Water Industry Alliance – Smart Water Awards
- Zoos SA – Adelaide Zoo School Holiday Program
Our previous Community Sponsorships:
There are a number of specific criteria you must meet. You are more likely to be successful if your organisation or event has:
We will not accept applications to sponsor:
We will also not accept applications to sponsor projects, programs, or events that:
Applications for the 2017/18 financial year are now closed
The sponsorship application period opened on 1 January and closed on 31 March 2017. Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application in July 2017.
SA Water volunteering: SA Water supports its employees' engagement in the broader community by providing special leave with or without pay to those undertaking volunteer service.
SA Water customers in Goolwa and surrounding areas, including Goolwa Beach, Goolwa South, Goolwa North and Hindmarsh Island may currently be experiencing discoloured or milky water coming out of their taps.
This water remains safe to drink.
During recent planned maintenance in the area, some existing sediment in the local water supply network has been stirred up, resulting in the discoloured water.
We are working hard to resolve the issue, and we are flushing out the discoloured water. Given the size of the water network in the area, this may take some time. At this stage, we are hoping water supply will return to normal by Friday afternoon.
We will continue to monitor the situation, and provide updates on our website and Facebook page.
For further information or any questions, please contact us on 1300 SA WATER.