Grants, Sponsorships and Partnerships

Assisting our community

Nyrstar understands that a little support can go a long way.

Community Grants

Could a community grant from Nyrstar help you make our community a better place? We are offering grants of up to $3000 to help our community. Whether it’s a project, event, initiative or something else and it supports sustainable community development, we want to hear from you.  Grants are available once a year. The next round of grants opens in 2017 and will be advertised in The Mercury newspaper. If you would like to register to receive notification of the next grants round, please click here.

Guidelines and application forms can be obtained by calling 6278 4444 or by emailing hobart.community@nyrstar.com.

Sponsorship

Moonah Taste of the World The Moonah Taste of the World Festival is a celebration through food of the rich cultural diversity of Glenorchy City and southern Tasmania.  Staged in the vibrant suburb of Moonah, a busy hub of diverse eateries and food suppliers, the event will feature 20 food stall holders presenting a mouth-watering selection of dishes and treats from around the globe at very reasonable prices.

Partnership

Nyrstar has partnered with Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary to create the first Seabird Rehabilitation facility in Tasmania.  The enclosure features specialised infrastructure including a pool, allowing the Sanctuary to care for sick and injured seabirds.  Nyrstar has a very strong focus on proactive environmental solutions, which have seen significant improvements to protecting the Derwent Estuary and the sealife it houses.  Nyrstar is proud to support Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary in its endeavors to protect Tasmania’s precious seabirds.

 

If you would like to put forward a  proposal, please first read the sponsorship guidelines to see if we would be right for each other and email your proposal to: hobart.community@nyrstar.com We also encourage you to read the Community Grants information and consider if  this option may be a better alternative. If you’re not sure or have some questions, please call 03 6278 4444.