It’s no secret that at Suntrix we are passionate about helping the environment – it’s a core part of our business and is reflected in our company vision and culture. We are equally as passionate about giving back to our local community by sponsoring and supporting a variety of charities, community groups and schools.
Programs that support schools and tertiary educators, providing quality engagement and education to all ages, is something we really believe in. From mentoring and guest speaking roles on business enterprise, to classroom demonstrations on how solar works, we are happy to create a program specifically for you that will support your students’ education on renewable energy, innovation and entrepreneurship.
For further information on our education programs please contact us
Spending time in the community and listening to your ideas, answering your questions and supporting great community events is just one way we try and give back to our local area and support events with which we share common goals. The Campbelltown Moonlight Markets and Solar Citizens are two such organisations that we feel are deserving of our support each year.
One of our favourites is the WOMADelaide festival, held over 4 days in March. In 2015, Suntrix sponsored the event by designing and building three awesome miniature off-grid systems that produced and stored electricity to power LED festival lighting at night. The lights were such a success, we are sponsoring the event again in 2016.
Each year Suntrix sponsors a number of not-for-profit associations. Previous groups have included Birkalla Soccer Club, Salisbury North Football Club, Blackwood Football Club, Clubs SA and Muscular Dystrophy South Australia.
If you would like to talk to us about sponsorship in coming years please contact us.
We are regular and avid supporters of many not-for-profit organisations and charities. Each year our brave Managing Director takes part in the Vinnie’s CEO Sleepout, and our entire team get involved in events such as Movember and the Cancer Council’s Biggest Morning Tea, we also provide annual support for the Adelaide Christmas Party for Special Children.
Our Founder and Managing Director, Jenny Paradiso is a board member of the Cure4CF Foundation and in late 2014 was thrilled to participate in the Muscle Team Adventure Challenge, an initiative of Muscular Dystrophy South Australia.