Corporate Partnerships

A corporate partnership with Crime Stoppers Victoria provides your business with the opportunity to align with one of Victoria’s most recognised and well respected charities, and highlights your ongoing commitment to give back to the community.

Crime Stoppers Victoria has been trusted by the Victorian community since 1987, and is committed to making Victoria safer and more secure by reducing the level of crime in the community.

Our program delivers tangible results. Since our inception, we have received more than 789,339 calls and reports from the community, which have helped Victoria Police lay more than 75,255 charges, make more than 18,743 arrests, and recover in excess of $203 million in drugs, property and cash.


Financial Contributions

As an independent not-for-profit organisation, Crime Stoppers Victoria values the generous support from partner corporate organisations to help deliver our important crime detection, education and prevention campaigns across Victoria. Find out more about our current partnerships here.

We believe that dynamic, strategically aligned partnerships with corporate organisations are vital in helping to deliver our programs across the state and make Victoria a safer place for everyone. Making a one-off or ongoing financial contribution can help build your brand credibility, increase awareness, and enhance your corporate social responsibility profile.

We can tailor sponsorship packages to meet your needs. Some of our partners choose to support our broader program, some choose to make a one-off donation while others choose to support a specific community crime program or campaign.

To find out how we can work together, call us today on (03) 9247 6345 or contact us by email.


Crime Stoppers Victoria runs a range of community and fundraising events each year. Sponsoring one of our local or state events with a financial or pro bono contribution can showcase your brand to a wide Victorian audience, and highlight your company’s commitment to giving back to the community. Attending one of our annual events is also a fantastic way to contribute to the Crime Stoppers program. To enquire about our upcoming event opportunities, contact us today.

Team Fundraising

Company fundraising activities are a vibrant and cohesive way to provide financial support and engage your workforce in community giving. From holding a raffle or morning tea in your workplace, to encouraging employees to come to work dressed as a Crime Stoppers Superhero for the day for a contribution, the opportunities are endless!

Fundraising contributions, no matter how big or small are always appreciated. Just as the smallest piece of information can make a big difference to solving a crime, even the smallest team fundraising donation to make a big difference to making Victoria a safer place.

Workplace Giving

Your workplace can help make Victoria a safer place through regular giving. Workplace Giving is a simple and effective way to help your employees make a difference through regular pre-tax donations directly from their salary. You can also choose to make a corporate donation or match your employees’ donations dollar for dollar.  Learn more about Workplace Giving here.

Pro Bono and In Kind Donations

To help keep the message of crime prevention and safety in the minds of Victorians, we are always on the lookout for partners to provide pro bono and in kind support. You can donate goods or services that we would otherwise need to buy on commercial terms, including computer equipment, audio visual equipment, event catering, prizes and advertising and media space. Pro bono and in kind donations allow us to commit more funds raised to our ongoing crime detection, education and and prevention programs. To discuss how you could support us in this way, get in touch with us today.

Stay informed

Stay up-to-date with the latest Crime Stoppers news and partnership opportunities by signing up to our e-Newsletter today, or following us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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