Every year Capital Chemist receives a number of requests for sponsorship support. We welcome these requests, however please carefully consider the following guidelines when preparing a sponsorship proposal for Capital Chemist.
Sponsorship proposals may be mailed to:
Community Programs Manager,
P.O Box 4407,
MANUKA ACT 2603
Capital Chemist has been a community partner with the Cancer Support Group ACT Eden Monaro's own since 2003. With financial and in-kind support, the The Cancer Support Group ACT Eden Monaro's own has been able to assist families by providing medication, electricity and gas as well as food and petrol vouchers. Capital Chemist also supports the families with Christmas Presents which have put many smiles on faces.
Capital Chemist has been a corporate sponsor of Cerebral Palsy Alliance (formerly known as The Spastic Centre). A great partnership has developed between the charitable organisation and the Capital Chemist group with financial support being given to purchase much needed equipment for children with cerebral palsy and their families in the ACT and rural region. In 2009 funding was made available for a communication device the ‘Liberator’ which was immediately available for home trialling through the Cerebral Palsy Alliance ‘Equipment Loan Pool ‘. In 2010 Capital Chemist funded sixteen ‘Technology Packs’ that were distributed to families with children with cerebral palsy.
The Leukaemia Foundation is the only national
charity dedicated to helping those with leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma and
related blood disorders survive and then live a better quality of life. The
Leukaemia Foundation gives families fighting blood cancer the emotional and
practical support they need as well as fund critical medial research to help
more people beat their blood cancer.
It exists only because of the generous and ongoing
support of the Australian community and businesses like Capital Chemists.
The Leukaemia Foundation is incredibly grateful for
the partnership with Capital Chemists which supports the work we do locally.
Capital Chemists contributions, from sponsoring the children’s play area at the
John James Village to running band aids down to events, make a difference to
the work that Leukaemia Foundation is able to do for the local community.
Pegasus is a not-for-profit community organisation that delivers quality therapeutic, sport and recreation programs to people of all abilities, particularly those with special needs. Capital Chemist supports Pegasus with their generous sponsorship of one of our horses, Tully, and their willing assistance with fundraising and promotional activities.
SIDS and Kids ACT is dedicated to eliminating sudden and unexpected death in children from conception to six years of age and providing programs and services aimed at reducing the impact of such a death. Bereavement Support: SIDS and Kids ACT provides bereavement support to anyone affected by miscarriage, stillbirth or the death of a child during birth, infancy or childhood. Safe Sleeping Education: Providing safe sleeping education to parents, grandparents, health and child care professionals who care for babies.
The Heart Foundation ACT has enjoyed a community partnership with Capital Chemist since 2004 through the sponsorship of our Heart Foundation mascot, “Happy Heart”. There are many benefits that result from the partnership. Happy Heart is out at schools, festivals and community events promoting physical activity and highlighting the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle. The Heart Foundation ACT applauds the commitment that Capital Chemist has made to the ACT community through its sponsorship of various local charities.
In the Australian Capital Territory, COTA is the peak organisation concerned with all issues related to ageing. It is an independent, non-party political and non-religious organisation working to protect and promote the well-being, rights and interests of all older people in the ACT and their carers, irrespective of socio-economic, ethnic, religious or cultural background. COTA offers a range of services and support options for older people in the ACT community. Anyone can join COTA irrespective of their age, background or where they live. For a low annual membership fee, you can become a member and enjoy the benefits of being part of the COTA community. For further information call 02 6282 3777.
The aim of the Special Children’s Christmas Party is to provide in excess of 1,600 children with a day they will never forget. The children may be terminally ill, intellectually impaired or physically impaired. Children arrive from all over the Canberra region to attend the event, normally scheduled for the start of December each year at the Exhibition Park in Canberra This is the biggest party of its kind in the region and is an annual event with this year’s party our 14th Anniversary! Capital Chemist is proud to be one of the major sponsors of the biggest party of its kind in the region. Over 1,600 children are treated to gifts, balloons, entertainment and a visit from Santa.
Breast Friends In Canberra Are you young? Young at heart? Feisty? Living with breast cancer? Looking for friendship and support? Then come join us – a group of younger ladies – for a cuppa at 11am every 2nd Tuesday of the month and 11am every 4th Saturday of the month at the Botanical Gardens Cafe - Clunies Ross St. Hope to see you there! Contact Bosom Buddies for more information on 0406 376 500 (9.00am – 3.00pm Monday to Thursday) or firstname.lastname@example.org
Parentline ACT is a not-for-profit community organisation that is the only telephone counselling service for parents and carers in the ACT. The service extends a unique, immediate and accessible source of support, information and ideas, to all parents of children of all ages –available through a simple phone call (or email). During our 35 years of service to the region, we have offered prompt support to tens of thousands of parents and carers needing help with that most important of jobs – raising a child. In addition, Parentline runs Paint and Play, a free, supported weekly activity in a park to engage both parents and children