Our Sponsorship

Yeperenye Shopping Centre in Alice Springs, has always been a big supporter of the local community. Last year our organisation sponsored more than 120 community and sporting organisations.

Clontarf Academy

Yeperenye and Clontarf have worked together for more than 10 years.The Clontarf Foundation uses a unique, innovative and highly successful approach to target one of the most at risk groups in contemporary Australian society – young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men.

Using the existing passion that these boys have for sport allows Clontarf to initially attract them to school, and then keep them coming. It is however, not a sporting programme – it’s about developing the values, skills and abilities that will assist the boys to transition into meaningful employment and achieve better life outcomes.

The Foundation partners with schools and communities to create ‘Clontarf academies’ which are embedded within the school grounds and education programme.

Clontarf Quarterly Newsletter July 2020

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Experience the Centre

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Clontarf: Helping our Boy and Families

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Clontarf is Cleaning Our Community

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Imparja Cup

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Central Australian Show Society

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Carols by Candlelight

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  • NAIDOC Week

  • Red CentreNATS (2019)

  • Central Australian Art Society

  • Masters Games

  • Central Australian Football League (CAFL)

  • Northern Territory Cricket

  • Red Centre BMX Club Inc

  • South's Sporting Club

  • Pioneer Football Club Inc

  • Gillen Primary School Council Inc

  • Youth Engagement Projects

  • Indigenous Remote Communications Association

  • Aileron Bush Weekend

  • Desert Festival

  • Professional Development got students

  • Alice Springs Netball Association

  • Butterfly Connection

  • Nepalese Community Alice Springs Inc

  • Old Timer's Fete

  • Broken Spur Inc

  • Central Hurricanes Imparja Cup team

  • Alice Springs Netball Association

  • ICTV football coverage

  • Girls Academy presentation night

  • NT Titles Boxing Event

  • Drover's Dinner

  • 2019 Black & White dinner (The Drovers)

  • Chamber of Commerce Golf Day

  • Yirara Girls Academy quiz night

  • Centralian Senior College presentation night

  • Fuamatu Boxing Club

  • Centralian Middle School Presentation Night

  • Studio B Dance

  • St Philip's College presentation night

  • Boosum Buddies Stride for Health

  • Chamber of Commerce NT Golf day

  • EJ Whitten Golf Day

  • Boosum Buddies

  • Alice Springs Animal Shelter

  • LJH Bushfire Fundraiser

  • BMX registration day

  • ASP Hospital Gala

  • Riding for the disabled

  • FABalice Festival

  • Plenty HWY Team (CAFL)

  • Donation to funeral costs

  • Acacia Hill Primary School Christmas Arts & Crafts


To own & manage a property portfolio that generates a sustainable and ongoing revenue stream to be applied to the economic & social development of Aboriginal people in Central Australia.



A vibrant, cohesive, inclusive and enriched Central Australian community.

Sponsorship Application Form -

Yeperenye Shopping Centre invests heavily in its local communities, with a wide variety of sponsorships.

Yeperenye is an Aboriginal owned property investment and management company that aims to generate a sustainable revenue stream to be applied to the economic & social development of Aboriginal people in Central Australia. Surplus profits are reinvested to increase the company asset base and to provide Aboriginal people within our region with education opportunities, sport and arts sponsorships, health and well-being initiatives, employment generation and other important programs to assist Central Australian Aboriginal people.

If you would like to request sponsorship from Yeperenye, please fill out this application form.

Please note the Sponsorship Commitee meets approximately every 6-8 weeks and only makes out of session decision where pertinent and time sensitive requests exist.

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