Partnership news | Wanless announces multi-year deals with local community clubs

Wanless Waste Management is a long-time supporter of local grassroots sports and community clubs, and is excited to announce partnership deals with not one but three groups for 2021. 

Partnership deals – Clubs QLD

Clubs QLD and Wanless Waste Management

Clubs Queensland CEO Kelly Egan (left) and Peter O’Malley, General Manager Wanless Waste Management.

Clubs Queensland is the peak industry body for all registered and licensed community clubs throughout Queensland, including sporting clubs, RSL and ex-services/memorial clubs, surf lifesaving clubs, workers, business, cultural and general community clubs.

“Wanless is a family name well known across community and business. It’s nice to have Dean, Pete and the team partnered with the Clubs QLD community,” says Clubs Queensland CEO Kelly Egan.

Clubs Queensland guides and leads the community club industry by being the voice of the community club industry to government and the community. It also protects the interests of community clubs from unfair legislation and competition. 

Queensland’s first community club, the Booroodabin Bowls Club, was formed in 1888 “out of friendship, community and common ground”. Today, there are are over 1,100 community clubs in Queensland. Together, they hold 2.4 million memberships, employ over 22,000 people (with 9,000 based in regional Queensland), return over $850 million in social contributions and generate annual economic activity valued over $2.2 billion for the State’s economy.

Mounties Group 

Mounties Group is a major organisation very active in multiple communities throughout Sydney. Wanless has announced its commitment to the club in a corporate sponsorship capacity, playing an active role in helping achieve Mounties Group’s sustainability goals. 

Mounties Group is proudly joining forces with one the NRL’s most established footy clubs, Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs. Our joint venture will see Mounties Rugby League teams represent the Bulldogs in the NSW Canterbury Cup and NSW Women’s Rugby League Premiership competitions. Mounties Rugby League currently has three teams made up in total of 80 players, who are each succeeding at an elite level. 

Netball NSW

From humble beginnings in 1929 when it had only a handful of players, Netball NSW has grown to become one of the largest independent sports organisations in this  state. With over 115,000 members playing and enjoying netball at all levels of performance in cities, suburbs, and country towns in all corners of New South Wales, our sport continues to grow both on and off the court as Netball NSW becomes increasingly successful and professional.

Netball NSW also conducts a range of competitions catering for a variety of skills levels and ages including Origin Energy Premier League, HART Junior & Senior State Titles, DOOLEYS Metro League & Court Craft Summer Series.

History shows that NSW is one of the most successful netballing states in US, claiming countless state titles and producing some of the best players in the country.

For more information about these and other ways Wanless Waste Management supports the local community, drop us an email.