If you are looking for opportunities to specifically engage health professionals and reach out to the melanoma community, MPA offers a unique opportunity to sponsor events throughout Australia.
These events range from local patient forums through to our annual gala dinner or our annual national awards.
MPA is committed to ensuring that sponsors receive value that is meaningful to them. Please talk to us about your marketing objectives and the budget you are working within. We believe in authentic partnerships, with aligned goals and the facilitation of an effective pathway for you to engage with our networks. This pathway may look different for every sponsor and we invite you to let us know your preferred benefits which may include logo placement, product placement, tickets, naming rights, workshops, EDMs, advertising or activations.
We look forward to developing partnerships that align with both our values and deliver a social return on investment. If you would like to discuss ways we can work together to help reduce the impact of melanoma, through financial or pro bono support, please contact MPA at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1300 88 44 50.
MPA is incredibly grateful to the organisations whose generous support, contribution and services allow MPA to continue to support and represent those impacted by melanoma.
In honour of a young Physiotherapist, Adam Smiddy, who died from melanoma, aged 26, Smiling for Smiddy riders, triathletes, swimmers and supporters, have raised over $7 million for cancer research and support. These funds have helped enable some of the breakthrough research discoveries that have the potential to change, and save people’s lives in addition to support and care services for people living with melanoma. Find out more about Similing for Smiddy
Australian Skin Cancer Clinics (ASCC) aim is to provide Australians with a caring, efficient and accessible service for early detection, diagnosis, treatment and management of skin cancer in the primary setting. ASCC began in 1999 and has expanded to over 20 clinics in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia and is continuing to grow rapidly. ASCC is also active in promoting skin cancer awareness and prevention.
The commitment of ASCC to early detection of melanoma to improve mortality rates ties in well with MPA’s vision to reduce the impact of melanoma on all Australians.
Cooper Grace Ward is a leading Queensland-based law firm servicing clients with a local, national and international presence. The firm has provided Melanoma Patients Australia with a wide-range of pro-bono legal services including employment, commercial and corporate and not-for-profit since our corporate partnership began.
The members of the Australian Sailing Team are ambassadors for MPA with the aim to raise Melanoma awareness around protection and early detection and 10% of all AST merchandise is donated to MPA.
Yachting Queensland is the peak body for all forms of sailing in Queensland. Yachting Queensland is committed to the health and development of Sailing as a sport and recreational activity in Queensland.