In light of the fire emergency engulfing much of our wonderful country, Sportscover Australia wishes
to convey our heartfelt desire to contribute to the national recovery effort in support of the
communities ravaged by bushfires and drought over the past weeks and months.
We wish to extend the following support offer to our sport, fitness and leisure clients:
Sportscover Australia is making available up to 100 unconditional grants of $250 to assist eligible
sports associations, sports clubs, gymnasiums and recreational facilities replace sports equipment
lost as a result of bushfire during the current summer months.
We appreciate that applying for such assistance may not be a priority for the people who have been
most affected by the fires. We are therefore extending the offer to them through their insurance
broker, as the broking community will be very much aware of the nature of any loss their/our clients
may have suffered. Sportscover is writing to all our broker partners individually with the necessary
information and application process.
Sportscover is Australia’s leading specialist underwriting agency providing casualty (liability),
personal accident, property, travel, cyber and contingency insurance to the sport, fitness and leisure
sectors for over 30 years. We offer a full-service underwriting and claims function and are proud of
our 84% historical client retention rate. Given the market position we enjoy, due in no small part to
the tremendous relationships we have been able to establish with the broking community, we are
pleased to be able to make this offer in support of the impacted communities.
We stand ready to assist our clients with their insurance needs at this most challenging time, and
particularly in relation to any bushfire related claims needing to be lodged – our National Claims
Manager, Craig Wilson (email@example.com), and his team will look forward to speaking
with each and every affected client.
Sportscover extends its sincerest sympathies and best wishes to all our fellow Australians impacted
through the current bushfire crisis.