We’re proud to partner with organisations that make a difference to Australia’s local communities.
Since 2014, Lumo Energy has proudly supported The Salvation Army’s Utilities Assistance Programme. This programme helps ease the difficulty some households experience in paying their energy bills.
The Salvation Army is one of the largest national providers of welfare services in Australia, providing over 1,000 social programs and activities through a network of social support services, community centres and churches across the country.
In 2018 The Salvation Army provided and offered support of over 1.1 million sessions of care across all their social programs. Over 54,000 of these sessions were of support to individuals and families experiencing financial difficulty.
Each year, Lumo Energy employees kindly volunteer their time to help bring hope to those in need each Christmas as well as contributing to gift and food drives.
Read more about The Salvation Army here.
Source: The Salvation Army Australia Eastern Territory (2018), Data derived from: Mission & Resource Service Activity – 2018 report
Lumo SA is committed to giving back to the community, and supporting and contributing to local events so was thrilled to be named as the Adelaide Fringe Festival’s first Community Partner for 2021.
Adelaide Fringe is the biggest arts festival in the Southern Hemisphere, bringing the people of South Australia together to celebrate its performing arts community. Their festival stretches from up in Whyalla all the way down to Mount Gambier, with eclectic and vibrant events that include cabaret, theatre, comedy, circus, music, visual arts, workshops and so much more. Adelaide Fringe was born in 1960 and has grown year on year. In 2020, 853,419 tickets were sold with audiences ranging from 1 to 100, that come from all walks of life.
Adelaide Fringe is a registered charity and has been part of the cultural fabric of South Australia since 1960, providing a ticketing platform, resources and support for the artists, venues, producers and audiences who make the festival possible.
The 2021 Adelaide Fringe will run from 19 February until 21 March 2021. It will run for 31 days and nights and will operate within government guidelines that may be in place around COVID-19 regulations, travel restrictions and/or crowd limits. For more information visit adelaidefringe.com.au.