In our many community endeavours, Macquarie has a strong focus on supporting emerging talent. This is also true of our approach to sponsorship, which aims to empower promising individuals and organisations and provide a platform for them to succeed.
We support initiatives that promote innovation and create memorable experiences, focusing on the arts, cultural and heritage activities and community sport.
Through this program we build lasting partnerships with many community organisations.
Helen Burton, Macquarie Group Collection Director and Maud Page, Deputy Director and Director of Collections of AGNSW discuss the evolution of Australian art and the modern day gallery experience.
The Hush Foundation and the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra (ABO) have teamed up for a one-off concert highlighting the role music can play in healthcare.
Macquarie's Dr Terence Kwan brought the two organisations together to raise funds for The Hush Foundation's work supporting children with severe or terminal illness.
Macquarie Group has partnered with the Art Gallery of New South Wales since 2005. We are the presenting partner of the permanent Australian Collection which showcases the country’s finest artists and we supported a number of exhibitions at the Gallery in 2019, including the Australian galleries.
Macquarie Group has been a principal partner of the National Gallery of Victoria since 2002 and will support a number of exhibitions in 2019, including the Top Arts 2019 program and Baldessin/Whiteley: Parallel Visions.
Macquarie Group has been the principal partner of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra since 2007 and will continue to support the orchestra’s 2019 Season as it celebrates its 30th anniversary.
Macquarie Group has been the major sponsor of the Bondi to Bronte since 2013. Managed by Bronte Surf Lifesaving Club, the swim is one of Sydney's most popular ocean swims, with approximately 2,000 participants each year.
Macquarie group has been the major sponsor of the Big Swim for 19 years. One of Australia’s iconic ocean swims- the Big Swim starts at Sydney’s Palm Beach and finishes at Whale Beach.