Our Sponsorship Partners

St Kilda Football Club

St Kilda Saints

Pepper marches for the Saints. Since 2015 we’ve proudly supported the Saints as a Principal Partner and their official lender.

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Pepper’s Corporate Social Responsibility Promise

Our Giving is mission based: Our mission is to help people succeed. Where there are great areas of need in our community that are not being served by traditional approaches, whether that be funding or otherwise, we look at how we can help those who are seeking out new or alternative pathways to help others.

We stay true to our valuesCan Do people and projects, Balanced assessments of what we do, and always keeping things Real with solid processes to ensure success.

We build connectivity
We build connectivity

We support organisations that work to provide the social necessities of life including housing and shelter, transport, education, health and good living.

We keep clear orientation
We keep clear orientation

We work with organisations that are seeking an alternative or different pathway to help others who are underserved by traditional support structures.

We create impact
We create impact

We aim to inspire innovation and courage amongst those in need to find different pathways to achieve their goals. (Just like we have challenged the accepted to succeed.) 

Pepper Money bushfire relief options

Pepper Money has donated $100,000 to the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) to help alleviate the immediate burdens being faced by communities living in the areas most heavily affected by the bushfires. We will also establish a program of work with the remaining funds from our $250,000 financial commitment to bushfire relief, combining community support and employee volunteering over the next two years. Read more about it here.

Who are FRRR? Established in 2000 to support the renewal of rural, regional and remote communities in Australia through partnership with the private sector, philanthropy and governments, FRRR has managed the distribution of nearly $100 million in grants and provided substantial capacity building support to community organisations across the nation. Learn more about FRRR here


Community Groups and charities we work with

Pepper Money Supports Women’s and Girls Emergency Centre (WAGEC)

Women’s and Girls Emergency Centre (WAGEC)

We’re proud to partner with WAGEC to deliver the 2020 pilot ACCESS mentor program.

The ACCESS program creates pathways to training, education and employment opportunities for women within the WAGEC community. It provides women with the tools they need to rebuild their future after experiencing homelessness and/or domestic violence and set them up for long-term success.


Wagec is a not-for-profit charity that’s been supporting communities in Inner City Sydney and the Inner West for over 40 years. Wagec creates safe spaces for women and children who have experienced homelessness, domestic violence and other systemic disadvantages. They do this by providing support and shelter to their clients at a time when they need it most, as they face crisis and adversity.

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Pepper Money Supports Panthers on the Prowl

Panthers on the Prowl

Since 2015, we have supported “Panthers on the Prowl” (POTP) a not for profit organisation set up to enhance opportunities for young people in the Penrith community.

POTP empowers young people and their families through education programs, providing skills, and opportunities that build successful futures.

Our commitment to POTP extends to funding key mentoring initiatives and, over the years, actively participating in events and fundraisers.

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Oasis is the Salvation Army’s response to youth homelessness in Sydney’s inner city. We partner with Oasis and participate in fundraising] activities.

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Australasian Sports Academy

We’re delighted to announce our ongoing support for the community by backing the Australasian Sports Academy (ASA). ASA are a local soccer academy whom nurture young soccer talent.

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