How to partner
There are various ways to partner with Team Up. The majority of partnership opportunities with Team Up programs are coordinated by the partners that deliver the programs. Please contact a program directly using the details on their program profile page to express an interest in partnership opportunities.
If you are interested in a partnership at the whole-of-program level, please contact Team Up.
Programs within Team Up are open to partnerships with research and academic institutions to conduct research on aspects of programs, or programs as a whole.
Team Up and programs within Team Up are open to corporate and commercial sponsorship and partnership opportunities at all levels, from whole-of-program naming rights deals to individual sponsorships.
Team Up and programs within Team Up are open to in-kind support or donations at all levels of programming from donations in equipment and other supplies (including beverages) to pro-bono work for professional services.
Team Up and programs within Team Up are open to programmatic support to strengthen all areas of operation and thematic program objectives including gender, disability, governance, leadership and knowledge.
Partnerships between sport, NGOs and our research teams have developed into stronger programs, better outcomes for Pacific communities, and real-life insights into how sport for development can create positive change and impact for people and their community across the Pacific.Professor Emma Sherry, Co-Director of the Sport Innovation Research Group, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
- Papua New Guinea