We want to see our community thrive
We live in a small rural community and want to see our community thrive. Local events, activities and services are critical to our communities. They bring people together and foster much needed connection, where isolation can take hold.
It is the rural ethos to want to help out those in your local community. We also believe in giving back to the people who have supported our business throughout its growth.
Terracorp proudly supports many community activities within our region. In the past few years we have sponsored or donated products to:
- Adelaide River Races
- Adelaide River Show
- Douglas Daly Annual Cricket Fundraiser
- Variety NT Golf Day
- Adelaide River Primary School
- Regional Campdraft Rodeo
- Landmark Katherine ICPA Annual Auction
- Dolly’s Dream
- Acacia Hills Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade
- The Ark Animal Hospital, Yarrawonga
- Noonamah Rodeo
- Driver Primary School
- Adelaide River Fire and Emergency Rescue Group
Water Station Sponsorship
We also invite community organisations to apply for free hire of our water stations at their events.
Request our support
If you would like to enquire about assistance for your community organisation or event, please complete the form below.
Sponsorship & Donation Request Form
Acacia Hills Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade
In 2015 Terracorp donated a 10,000 litre water tank to the Acacia Hills Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade. The tank will be used at the fire shed to store water.
Photo: Tai accepting the donated tank on behalf of the fire brigade from Daryn.
The Turtle Tank – An unusual request
In 2016 a veterinarian of The Ark Animal Hospital in Yarrawonga approached us with an unusual request… could we supply a tank suitable for turtles? Stephen was interested in our tank pool which could house large Flatback and Green Sea Turtles, who may be injured and in need of care for long periods of time. The Terracorp Team were very happy to donate the tank pool along with two smaller tubs which will be used for an assortment of injured wildlife.
Photo: Stephen Cutter with a Green Sea Turtle which had been injured by a boat propeller, in their new pool.