Partnerships

We love our partners. And we are eternally grateful for their ongoing support. Without them, XtremeInc would be a pipe dream. With them it’s a living, breathing, vibrant organisation that provides opportunities for regional young people to express themselves creatively and physically, develop their leadership and teamwork skills, and strengthen their self-esteem.

Business and community sponsorship – along with philanthropic and government funding – is vital for both our long-term and short-term goals. It helps us maintain financial stability so we can create a host of programs to support the cultural needs of regional youth and it supports the day-to-day operations of the organisation, including administration and event management. One long-term goal is to establish a ‘youth space’ where young regional people can gather to network, perform and feel welcome.

We customise our sponsorship benefits to suit your business, taking into account your marketing and promotional needs. Business contributions are tax-deductible if part of a marketing and sponsorship allocation.

For more information, please contact XtremeInc artistic director, Sarah Cook: 0402 087 949 | info@xtremeinc.org

 

XtremeInc Sponsors & Supporters 2014-2018

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XtremeInc is a not for profit organisation that I have been lucky enough to be apart of over the last 6 years. I have seen the work and effort Sarah has put in behind the scenes to create great events for the local community. Sarah has the gift of connecting people and spreading positivity throughout the community. Her bubbly friendly personality really brings an added warmth to the events and her skill and passion are evident. I hope to see many more XtremeInc event throughout the country. I have personally benefited from participating in Sarah’s dance competitions, made connections with others in the industry and been given opportunities to further enhance my own dancing career. Sharing passions and skill is something we all need more of and Sarah really leads by example.

Tom Sanderson

The Gift of Giving

 
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