We strive to be your local energy partner for the communities we serve and create energy for life.
We develop and support partnerships with community organisations that have activities, interests and values compatible with our own. The focus of our Community Investment Program is to support a broad range of not-for profit organisations and events that encompass areas of strengthening communities through the themes of safety, value and community.
Sponsorship program applications
Due to the impacts of Coronavirus (COVID 19), we have revised our current sponsorship commitments and will no longer support initiatives or events that are inconsistent with current Government advice on COVID-19 event management and social gatherings.
Unfortunately no new applications for our Grassroots Community Sponsorship program and Sustainable Partnership program will be accepted at this time.
Funding already issued or for activities that have been postponed will remain in place. We will look to reopen sponsorship applications on 30 June 2020.
About our sponsorships
Horizon Power’s Grassroots Community Sponsorship program supports a wide variety of initiatives that contribute to strengthening the communities in our service area. If you would like support for your community initiative or event for up to $5000 you can apply online. Once your event or project has been completed, please complete the acquittal form below.
Our Sustainable Partnership program supports innovative and sustainable community initiatives which contribute to the long term strengthening of our communities. These partnerships can be up to $25 000.
Learn about some of our community partners.
The Smith Family supports more than 3,000 disadvantaged children across the state offering students financial support for education essentials.
Horizon Power has joined forces with The Smith Family to support the Learning for Life program in the Pilbara.
And you can help too! Support the Smith Family’s Winter Appeal and help disadvantaged young Australians to succeed at school and create better futures.
Your contribution will go towards supporting programs including Let’s Read, which provides parents and carers with books and support to encourage them to have fun reading with their young children. Or the student2student program – with the support of Optus, struggling younger readers are buddied up, over the phone, with an older student who helps them discover the joys of reading.
To donate call 1800 024 069
The awards are designed to encourage, acknowledge and reward the valuable contributions individuals, communities and businesses make throughout regional and rural WA.
The Kyle Andrews Foundation walk is a community event working to bring community members together to take part in a 5km beach walk. The event supports social inclusion and creates long term community bonds, while promoting physical activity.
Fair Game inspires healthy communities through recycled sports equipment. Horizon Power has been a long term partner with Fair Game to deliver unique health education and fitness programs to under serviced communities through the donation of recycled sports equipment.
The awards are one of the highlights of the Esperance sporting and social calendars and provide a wonderful opportunity to acknowledge and applaud the efforts of local sportsmen and women, coaches, rising sports stars and volunteers.
We have supported the RMH Learning Program since 2012. It offers free school tuition for children recovering from serious illnesses, allowing them to catch up on their missed education. Our Learning Program sponsorship funded the placement of two children from Karratha and Esperance in 2016 and this will increase to three for 2017.
RMH provides a home away from home for regional families who have a sick child receiving hospital treatment in Perth. It is located at QEII adjacent to the new Perth Children’s Hospital in Nedlands.
Since March 2017, Horizon Power have been partnering with Glass Jar Australia to assist in delivering sporting and well-being programs via the Shooting Stars program to young Aboriginal girls living in regional and remote parts of Western Australia. Based in Halls Creek, Derby, Wiluna and Meekatharra, the Shooting Stars program uses netball as a tool to build healthy attitudes, increase engagement and attendance at school and develop the hopes and aspirations of the girls who participate.
Spare Parts Puppet Theatre (SPPT) is a driving force in the contemporary puppet theatre landscape in Australia who have been producing puppet theatre works for children and their families for over 30 years. We began sponsoring SPPT back in 2016 to bring the magic of puppetry to students in the Gascoyne and Midwest, providing students the opportunity to engage with the arts to help them learn, grow and become positive forces in their communities. Exposure to the arts improves student’s sense of enjoyment, purpose and identity and can positively change the direction of young people’s lives by engaging their brain, body and emotions. SPPT and Horizon Power believe every student from schools in low socio-economic areas of Western Australia should have access to their work.
Youth Focus is an independent West Australian not for profit organisation that supports vulnerable young people and their families by offering free unlimited professional counselling in schools and offices throughout the state.
Their mission is to put a stop to youth suicide and a key strategy in this is the provision of mental health training across the broad spectrum, including the workplace, community and education sectors.
In addition to counselling support for young people and their families, Youth Focus has implemented a coordinated mental health program in high schools across WA. Funding from the Mental Health Commission has allowed them to reach up to 40 schools across the state. Due to the success of this program they are receiving direct requests from many other schools.
The aim of the program is to improve awareness of mental health issues so that parents, teachers and friends are able to identify and assist with mental health issues young people may be experiencing and young people are able to understand mental health issues and seek support and help.
Wunan is an Aboriginal development organisation based in the East Kimberley which is driving long-term socio-economic change for Aboriginal people by providing real opportunities, investing in people's abilities, and encouraging and rewarding aspiration and self-responsibility. Wunan's Kimberley Education Excellence Program (KEEP) aims to change Iives through the power of education. KEEP is a scholarship program for Indigenous secondary students from the East Kimberley which provides access to a high-quality private education and a range of extracurricular opportunities. Horizon Power has teamed up with Western Power and Synergy to provide funding and support to KEEP residences since January 2017.
Horizon Power have been sponsors of Kidsafe WA since 2015 which is a leading independent not-for-profit organisation dedicated to promoting safety and preventing childhood injuries and accidents in Western Australia. Kidsafe WA works in the community to educate and inform parents and children on staying safe at home, at play and on the road.
Horizon Power have been partnering with Teach Learn Grow (TLG) since 2016 to assist in the delivery of TLG’s biannual ‘Rural Program’ in which teams of university students are sent to rural schools across Western Australia to provide one-on-one tutoring twice each year. Cue Primary School, Mount Magnet District High School and Meekatharra District High School are just a few of the schools who are currently benefiting from the fantastic work of TLG.