Community Sponsorship


Thomson Bridge is passionate about the importance of sport and physical exercise to a healthy workplace community. We'd like to share some examples of our participation in the sporting endeavours of our staff and their families.


Community Sponsorship football

Case Study - Senior Woman's Football team - Victoria

The COVID19 pandemic affected most community sporting activities. One of our Thomson Bridge Interns, Isabella Rennick, is a playing member of the Mount Evelyn Football Netball club in South East Victoria. Thomson Bridge recognised that it would be a financial struggle for the team to return in full working order physically and financially in 2021.

With all of the challenges of this pandemic environment, and the need to shift financial priorities, many local sporting sponsorships were not renewed. We provided funding to cover the Sponsorship of all 25 players, and a weekly monetary prize to the Women's Seniour Team weekly awards. We were proud to support these women as they returned to the football oval, to play the sport they love. 

Case Study - Cooma Rugby Union Sponsor - New South Wales

In 2020, the Cooma-Monara region endured many weeks of destructive bushfires, followed by the COVID19 pandemic, introducing unprecedented challenges to the community and its ability to forge ahead with physical, financial and emotional recovery. In spite of these historical events, the Cooma Rugby Union Club kept their heads up, working towards reviving hope in their Rugby Union league. 

Thomson Bridge proudly became a ball sponsor to the Cooma Rugby Union Football Club, known as the Cooma Red Devils. This ball sponsorship allows the junior Red Devils teams - in all age groups starting with the under 10's, through to the under 18's - to have new practice balls as well their own separate ball to be used on game day. This sponsorship also allows the Red Devils to have extra balls to be used as gifts, prizes in raffles and presentations at award nights. 

The Red Devils are part of the Canberra Brumbies Rugby Union group and play in the strong Canberra competition. The under 11 team finished on top, with a grand final win. Playing in this team was the son of Thomson Bridge's Distribution Network spepcialist, Peter Douch, who also chances his arm as one of the assistant coaches for the under 11’s. Thomson Bridge wishes all junior teams luck in the upcoming seasons and are excited to be part of junior rugby in the Cooma Region.

Community Sponsorship football