2024 Australian Pride in Sport Awards Sponsors

Platinum Sponsor

“Simplifying the complexities of sports management with our user-friendly platform empowers organisations to spend more time on the game they love!” – Alex Mednis, revolutioniseSPORT CEO

revolutioniseSPORT is the industry leader in sports management technology in Australia, servicing over 264 state and national sporting organisations—more than all other sports membership vendors within Australia combined—as well as 17,000 sporting clubs across Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and Asia Pacific.

Our stress-free platform is powered by a membership core, enabling organisations to handle online registrations, team entries, finance, invoicing, and manage attendance for events, competitions, and training, plus additional administrative capabilities.

revolutioniseSPORT’s award-winning platform helps organisations build, brand and maintain a ‘gold standard’ of digital presence with our expert engineers and dedicated support team.

Some of our notable clients include Australian Sailing, Hockey Australia, Athletics Australia, as well as Snow Australia and Wheelchair Sports NSW/ACT.

Request a free trial today! Visit revolutionise.com.au


Principle Partner
Coalition of Major Professional and Participation Sports (COMPPS)

COMPPS is made up of the following members: Australian Football League; Cricket Australia; Football Federation Australia; National Rugby League; Netball Australia; Rugby Australia; and Tennis Australia.

All COMPPS members are not-for-profit bodies and are responsible for the long-term development and sustainability of their sports.  Between them, they have over 9 million participants through 16,000 clubs.

Sport can play a unique and leading role in promoting inclusiveness, diversity and community cohesion.  COMPPS members are committed to ensuring that their sports offer inclusive, diverse and safe environments where every person is treated with respect and dignity.

Recognising the power of sport to unify Australians, COMPPS is proud to sponsor Pride in Sport and continue the commitment of its member sports to ensure the benefits of participation in sport extend to all Australians.


Gold Sponsor
European Union Delegation to Australia

The European Union (EU) has had a presence in Australia through its Delegation in Canberra, since 1981. Tasked with managing official relations with Australia, the Delegation collaborates closely with the 25 EU Member States’ diplomatic missions in the country.

Australia and the EU, being like-minded partners, share robust political, economic, and cultural connections, actively collaborating on global issues like sustainable development and climate change while upholding international law.

The rights of LGBTQIA+ persons remain part of the EU’s public diplomacy efforts. EU in Australia is proud to sponsor the Australian Human Rights Awards and provide the annual Kep Enderby Memorial Lecture, sponsor the EU Rainbow Award at Flickerfest Film Festival, and actively participate in national and local pride celebrations.

The EU in Australia proudly sponsors Pride in Sport 2024, reflecting the EU’s commitment to celebrating diversity as a collective richness, free from discrimination, exclusion, or violence.


Silver Sponsor

For over 150 years, HSBC has been helping connect over 39 million customers to a world of opportunities.

Our purpose – Opening up a world of opportunity – is why we exist. We’re here to use our expertise, capabilities, breadth and perspectives to open up new kinds of opportunities for our customers. We’re bringing together people, ideas and capital that nurture progress and growth, helping to create a better world – for our customers, our people, our investors, our communities and the planet we all share.

Through a network of more than 2,000 employees across Australia, HSBC offers a comprehensive range of financial services including, wholesale, trade finance, treasury and financial markets, global payment solutions, asset management and securities custody.

HSBC Australia champions Diversity and Inclusion and respects all people, regardless of gender, age, faith, ethnicity, sexuality, responsibilities or physical ability.


Bronze Sponsor


Nike’s mission is what drives us to do everything possible to expand human potential. We do that by creating ground-breaking sport innovations, by making our products more sustainably, by building a creative and diverse global team and by making a positive impact in communities where we live and work. We believe in a fair, sustainable future where everyone thrives on a healthy planet and level playing field. Our Purpose is to move the world forward through the power of sport – breaking barriers and building community to change the game for all. 

Media Partner

SBS is Australia’s multi-cultural and multi-lingual broadcaster, committed to telling stories that help Australians understand who we are, where we have come from and what we could become. SBS gives expression to a wide range of perspectives and voices across all our platforms as part of our desire to reflect the true diversity of Australia, to all Australians. At SBS, we are dedicated to promoting inclusion and social cohesion. Diversity has always been at the heart of SBS and we’re proud of the job we do and incredibly proud of our diverse workforce and inclusive culture. That’s why we’re committed to continuing to champion diversity in all its forms: because when we think a little differently, take a different perspective and celebrate the things that make us unique, it makes a world of difference.


Award Naming Rights Sponsor

You can phone Lifeline to speak to a Crisis Supporter on 13 11 14, text 0477 131 114, chat to Lifeline online or access the Support Toolkit to self-manage what you’re going through at www.lifeline.org.au (all services are available 24/7).  

For over 60 years, Lifeline has been connecting with Australians in need through crisis support and suicide prevention services, operating the 13 11 14 telephone line within 43 centres around the nation as well as a 24/7 crisis text, webchat service and Support Toolkit.

The organisation expects to respond to over one million requests for support this year, creating an average of 120 safety plans to keep a person experiencing suicidal ideation safe every day.


Award Naming Rights Sponsor
Play by the Rules

Play by the Rules provides information, resources, tools and free online training to increase the capacity and capability of administrators, coaches, officials, players, parents and spectators to assist them in preventing and dealing with discrimination, harassment, child safety, inclusion and integrity issues in sport.


Award Naming Rights Sponsor


The Victorian Health Promotion Foundation (VicHealth) exists to create a healthier, fairer Victoria. One where all Victorians benefit from good health and have opportunities to thrive.   

Promoting good health drives everything we do. It’s behind the world-class interventions we create, the important research we lead, the public campaigns we deliver, and the expert insights we share. We’re leading change and are determined to make a real and lasting impact on the health and wellbeing of the people of Victoria. 

Our Future Healthy initiative has invested $45 million over 3 years, to support organisations to make change happen. More important than dollars being spent and the time invested making change, Future Healthy is a collaboration. A conversation. And a community of young people telling us exactly what needs to be done to make happier, healthier living a reality for as many of us as possible.   


Award Naming Rights Sponsor
British Consulate General Melbourne


The British High Commission is proud to support the Pride in Sport Australia awards in 2024 for the fifth year running. The UK Government believes that human rights are universal and should apply equally to all people. We are opposed to all forms of discrimination and we work to uphold the rights and freedoms of LGBT+ across the world. Every person should have a fair opportunity in life no matter who or where they are.

Auslan Sponsor
Expression Australia



As the oldest Deaf Society in Australia, Expression Australia has a long history as a trusted and experienced community organisation empowering deaf and hard of hearing people. Expression Australia was formally established in 1884 as the Adult Deaf and Dumb Mission of Victoria, subsequently known as the Victorian Deaf Society and now Expression Australia. Our services and supports have continued to evolve and adapt to the changing needs of our Deaf and hard of hearing community. 


We work to create opportunities for Deaf and hard of hearing people by delivering targeted services and creating social change. We celebrate the rich heritage and cultural diversity of the Deaf and hard of hearing community. 


Our team is driven by passion to work in a bilingual and bicultural organisation where Auslan and English are respected and working collaboratively in a co-design approach to develop market-leading services and programs, navigating the NDIS and ensuring improved access, inclusion and equal opportunity.  


Expression Australia enables deaf and hard of hearing communities to flourish and is inclusive of all members of those communities, irrespective of age, race, ethnicity, or background. 

Thank you to all of our 2024 Sponsors

We have a range of exciting sponsorship opportunities currently available, to find out more, please email info@prideinsport.com.au

See our 2023 Sponsors here.


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