Corporate Sponsors

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The Books in Homes Program would not be successful without the generous support of our Sponsors.  Thank you to all of those who have made our work possible.

Should you wish to find out more information about our wonderful Sponsors, please click on their logos below.

School Sponsors

Mainfreight Australia

Mainfreight Australia has been supporting the Books in Homes Program in Australia since 2005. As a global logistics provider, Mainfreight offers managed warehousing and international and domestic freight forwarding.  With team and branches across Australia, Asia, Europe, New Zealand and the Americas, Mainfreight continues to expand its global footprint. Currently, Mainfreight’s generosity extends to 1,500 children in seven schools nationally. Furthermore, Books in Homes is located in Mainfreight’s Sydney headquarters.

Glencore

Glencore is one of the world’s largest global diversified natural resource companies, which produces and processes natural resources at the heart of society’s many essential products and services. In Australia, Glencore’s agriculture, coal, copper, nickel, technology and zinc businesses span five states and one territory, employing almost 21,000 people. Glencore currently sponsors eight schools, and has been a proud supporter of far north Queensland’s Books in Homes Program for ten years.

BHP

BHP is a leading global resources company. Its purpose is to create long-term shareholder value through the discovery, acquisition, development and marketing of natural resources. BHP has supported several WA outback schools on the Books in Homes Program for four years.

Goodman

Goodman is a global industrial property group that owns, develops and manages industrial real estate in 16 countries including logistics facilities, warehouses and business parks. Goodman sponsors several schools in the Sydney area and has been a proud supporter of the Books in Homes Program for six years.

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