As a non profit organisation run by volunteers, the Mandurah Surf Life Saving Club is very grateful to our sponsors. Without their continued support we would not be able to continue our patrol and nippers activities. The Club's continued success depends on continued involvement by our sponsors.
Madora Bay, "the right side of the road' has been a long term supporter of the Mandurah Surf Life Saving Club which is why the function room at the Club is called the Madora Bay Function Room. Madora Bay is regarded by many as the most livable land estate in Mandurah primarily because of it’s beachside location and ease of access to Perth.
Channel Nine is a proud sponsor of the Mandurah SLSC. Channel Nine is proud to broadcast breaking and relevant news to the people of Western Australia. Nine News is entering a new era in the way we deliver stories and information to the TV audience around this great state.
The Good Guys Mandurah supports the Mandurah Surf Life Saving Club community giving program. Money raised through this program has helped set up the nippers area inside the club house and has paid for new nippers boards.
Funding from PEACH - Personnel Employed by Alcoa Charity Help - provided for the initial set up of the first aid room at the Club. The first aid room has been used for 2 traumas since it became operational in September 2014 and has been used for numerous minor first aid incidents.
Each year Mirvac holds a summer movie festival at the Quarry Park Amphitheatre in Meadow Springs. This event is always very well attended and Mirvac selects a charity or not for profit organisation to benefit from the funds raised. In 2014 the Mandurah SLSC was chosen as the beneficiary of these funds. The money has enabled the Club to buy additonal training equipment which is used to train future life savers.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of the Mandurah Surf Life Saving club please contact the club by email on firstname.lastname@example.org. A copy of our sponsorship prospectus is available by clicking here