Partners and Sponsors
Wests Tigers are extremely thankful for its Community Partners and their ongoing support in fulfilling the club's mission statement — enriching the lives of those in our community through the game of rugby league.
The Australian Foundation for Disability (AFFORD)
The Australian Foundation for Disability has partnered with Wests Tigers' Physical Disability Rugby League Team to help further the club’s engagement among school aged children across Sydney. Through this partnership, Wests Tigers have developed two new schools programs focussing on children with disability.
Department of Home Affairs
Home Affairs brings together Australia's federal law enforcement, national and transport security, criminal justice, emergency management, multicultural affairs, settlement services and immigration and border-related functions, working together to keep Australia safe. The Wests Tigers Project, Unite Harmony receives grant funding from the Australian Government through the Department of Home Affairs.
Established in 1999, KARI is the largest Aboriginal foster care agency. In that time, their goal remains focused on two things: ensuring the Aboriginal community has access to culturally-specific foster care services and access to quality, holistic services. KARI's commitment to providing high quality, sustainable services and programs that benefit the community is unwavering. As a result, KARI has been recognised by many as one of the nation's leading Aboriginal service providers.
As part of its ongoing commitment to Western Sydney, WestConnex is partnering with local organisations that share its sustainability values of health, safety, environment, diversity and economic development. Wests Tigers' community program is one of the most highly regarded in the NRL and WestConnex is extremely pleased to support the club's great work to make a difference for local communities.