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Sponsor your local Neighbourhood Watch group

Are you a small local business looking to grow locally?

Sponsoring a local Neighbourhood Watch Group can bring several benefits to both the sponsoring business and the community.

  • It is inexpensive.
  • It positions your business as one that cares for the community.
  • And it can provide networking opportunities for you and your staff.

Neighbourhood Watch is all about connection and safety. If your business works in the same space, a partnership with your local Neighbourhood Watch group could help you promote your expertise, your products and services.

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What your sponsorship can do:

Sponsoring your local Neighbourhood Watch group benefits both your business and your local community. Check out these benefits:

Enhanced community safety:

By supporting a Neighbourhood Watch group, you contribute to making the community safer.
Neighbourhood Watch programs involve residents coming together to observe and report suspicious activities, deter crime, and foster a sense of security. Sponsoring such initiatives can help reduce crime rates, making the Neighbourhood a better place to live and work.

Positive brand image

Sponsoring a Neighbourhood Watch group demonstrates your commitment to community welfare and safety. It portrays your organisation as a responsible corporate citizen that cares about the well-being of its customers and employees.- This association with community-oriented initiatives can enhance your brand's reputation and create a positive image among local residents.

Increased customer trust and loyalty

Supporting a Neighbourhood Watch group can build trust and loyalty among the local community.
When people see your organization taking an active role in their safety, they are more likely to view your brand favourably and become loyal customers. By fostering these relationships, you can strengthen your customer base and potentially attract new customers.

Networking opportunities

Sponsoring a Neighbourhood Watch group provides networking opportunities within the community. You can connect with local leaders, residents, and other businesses involved in the program.
This networking can lead to mutually beneficial collaborations, partnerships, and increased visibility within the community.

Employee engagement and satisfaction

Sponsoring a Neighbourhood Watch group offers your employees a chance to get involved in community activities. Participating in these initiatives can boost employee morale, foster a sense of pride in their workplace, and promote team building. Supporting community causes often aligns with employees' values, leading to increased job satisfaction and potentially attracting new talent who value corporate social responsibility.

Crime prevention

Neighbourhood Watch groups are known to be effective in deterring crime. By sponsoring such initiatives, you contribute to preventing criminal activities and maintaining a safer environment for everyone. Reduced crime rates can have a positive impact on property values, local businesses, and overall community development.

Benefits of sponsoring a group

As a partner of your local group, you can:

  • Place advertisements in the group’s community newsletter and/or email newsletter.
  • Be promoted on the group’s Facebook page or website (if applicable).
  • Give presentations to the group’s members and broader community.
  • Participate in the group’s community events, such as Safe Plate days.
  • Be acknowledged on signage, banners and other merchandise.
  • Have group volunteers distribute flyers to promote your business.
  • The actual package will be put together by your Group based on what works for you both.

Become a sponsor

If you're interested in sponsoring your local Neighbourhood Watch group please contact us and we will connect you with them.

By investing in community safety and wellbeing, you can create a positive impact while reaping the benefits of an engaged and secure neighbourhood.

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Neighbourhood Watch Victoria acknowledges the 38 mobs, the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we operate, live, and gather as employees and volunteers. We recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community and pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.

At Neighbourhood Watch, we believe everyone has the right to feel safe and welcome. We are committed to ensuring diversity, inclusion and equity are embedded throughout our organisation – in the work we do, the services we deliver and among our staff, volunteers, and the communities we work with.