Beacon Hill Football Cub greatly values our sponsors and the assistance they provide the club.
Business or individuals can support the Beacon Hill Football club in a number of ways
Club Sponsorship Packages
Individual Team Sponsorship Packages
Each can be tailored to the sponsor depending on the level at which they wish to sponsor. Sponsorship package information can be downloaded using the links. All sponsors must sign the Sponsorship Agreement and payment must be received before any merchandise is provided to the teams or advertising is displayed. In general sponsor receive the following benefits
Display of company logo on team jersey
Display of company logo on our website sponsors page with a link to the sponsors website
Pinned post on our Facebook page
Hashtags on our Instagram page when the sponsored team is featured
A company sign can be attached to the Beacon Hill Oval fence
Company details displayed at Beacon Hill Oval on our notice board
Sponsorship Certificate for display in company offices
Invitation to End of Season Presentation to present any awards to the sponsored team.
Further information can be found using the links on this page. If you would like to discuss your sponsorship please call the treasurer on 0413 451 451 or contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
Team and Individual Jersey and Team Kits
It is also possible for individuals and teams to order jerseys or team kits without a sponsor. If a team is ordering, all team members must agree. If an individual is ordering, no sponsorship of names can be applied to the jersey. Supply of the jersey or kits is dependent on availability and no money should be forwarded to the club until availability has been confirmed.
Tax Deduction on Sponsorship
ATO ID 2005/284 deals with deductions and expenses in relation to sponsorship. If a taxpayer provides sponsorship in the belief that the exposure from that sponsorship will benefit the business in the form of advertising and will generate future income, then the expenditure should be deductible. This will be the case even if it turns out that the sponsorship didn’t generate any future income.
So, for example, if a plumbing company sponsored the local netball team with uniforms and equipment, including advertising on the uniforms and at games, that sponsorship would be deductible.