Our Partners

We value our sponsors as important partners in our organisation, helping us to achieve our mission across the region. We value the relationships we have with our supporters recognising that they too can achieve some of their goals by partnering with us.

RRCLP nurtures and cultivates our partner relationships and recognises their committed support to the program. Our partners have recognised that contributing to a CLP’s across a region will develop leaders for vibrant and sustainable communities. With more than 2,000 graduates over the last 18 years, CLP’s across Victoria have delivered $13 million dollars worth of volunteering activity. Graduates volunteer in over 1300 community organisations including Arts/Heritage, Welfare/Community, Business/Professional, and Education and Training which is higher than the ABS 2011 Census data on volunteering. (VRCLP Regional Community Leadership Programs survey and ABS 2011 census data on volunteering)

PDF Download: Who invests in CLP’s in Victoria

Sponsorship and Support

The following categories describe the type of support that an organisation or business can contribute to RRCLP:

  • Principal Partner
  • Associate Partner
  • Program Partner

We offer a range of ways to recognise your support including inclusion on our website, branding on our material and acknowledgment at our events. For more information see our Sponsorship Prospectus. The prospectus forms the basis for a conversation with us to determine your needs and ideas for supporting the program.

PDF – RRCLP Sponsorship Prospectus

Benefits for Sponsors, Supporters and Board

  • Gives an opportunity for your business to contribute to its corporate social responsibility
  • Satisfaction of contributing to the economic and social benefit of the region
  • An opportunity to fulfill Council and other strategic plan objectives around economic development, community development and governance
  • Enables Regional Plan strategies around leadership and community resilience to be fulfilled
  • Knowledge that community capacity to deal with change in the region will be increased
  • Access to network of high caliber leaders from which to collaborate and seek support from on regional issues and organisational challenges
  • Access to leaders with experience in governance for Boards and committees

“Leadership programs play an important role in building the leadership capacity of communities and nurturing emerging leaders. They provide the opportunities to build leadership capacity in both the business and community sectors.” Regional Development Victoria

PDF – Stakeholder Benefits Brochure

Please contact the Program Manager if you would like to organise a time to discuss the mutual benefit our organisations can derive from each other. There is also an Expression of Interest Form you can fill in and email.

PDF – Expressions of Interest

Our Sponsors

Significant Donor Partnership/s


Principal Partners


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Program partners


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Program Supporters

  • Mitchell Shire Council
  • Yarra Ranges Shire Council
  • Nexus Primary Health
  • Murrindindi Shire Council
  • Nillumbik Shire Council
  • Hume City Council
  • Regional Members of Parliament
  • National Museum of Australia
  • Branton Consulting
  • Megan J Buntine Consulting Services
  • Yarra Glen Community Centre
  • Greenhills Neighbourhood House
  • MAD Consulting
  • Valley Financial Services
  • Central Ranges Local Learning and Employment Network

RRCL Inc would like to acknowledge the support given by Kinglake Ranges Neighbourhood House in housing our monthly  Board Meetings.

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In 2016 Funding Support was also provided by 





Previous  Donors

  • Deutsche Bank
  • Salvation Army
  • City of Whittlesea
  • Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR)
  • Ranges Community Foundation