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Yarra Trams has today announced the 2018 recipients of
its inaugural Community Partnerships Program, which will see eight
community organisations share in $1 million worth of free
advertising on Melbourne's iconic tram network.
The eight organisations whose message will be seen across the
world's largest tram network are FareShare, City in the Community,
Charcoal Lane, Arts Project Australia, Alannah and Madeline
Foundation, Fitted for Work, safe steps Family Violence and
HomeGround Real Estate.
Each organisation supports diversity and inclusion in Melbourne,
and has been chosen for the positive impact they make within the
community across Melbourne's tram network.
Applications for the Yarra Trams Community Partnerships Program
opened in December 2017 and closed February this year. In March
2018, an assessment panel made up of representatives from
government, community and business sectors met to select the
partners, ensuring a transparent, open and fair process for
allocating the free advertising.
The chosen community organisations' advertising will each be
displayed for a period of three months either as a single tram
wrap, or on the front and back of 50 trams.
The annual Yarra Trams Community Partnerships Program is open to
all community organisations who share Yarra Trams' vision for a
connected, diverse and inclusive Melbourne.
Applications for the 2019 program will open later this year. For
more information, contact email@example.com
2018 Community Partners