Community - Sponsorship and Donations

Micro believes in giving back to the communities in which we operate, and that means engaging with pre-schools, primary schools, secondary schools, amateur sports groups, local hospitals and local community groups.

We welcome opportunities that allow us to be involved in school and community based programs, events and activities such as school fetes, school fundraisers, raffles, auctions, trivia nights, P&C functions, Ride2School day activities, school transport & safety days and more.

Sponsorship Guidelines:

Micro will sponsor local community groups, organisations, schools or events which endeavour to enrich the community with a charity or support mission.

Micro aims to support community groups, organisations and events that share the same values, particularly in at least one of the following areas:

  • Sport and Fitness
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Road Safety & Sustainable Transport
  • Community
  • Education

Micro will not provide sponsorship support to individuals, political causes, lobby groups or religious groups if for evangelical purposes.

In return for product sponsorship, we ask that you:

Use the Micro logo and link to the Micro website in all communication relating to the fundraising event/prize.

Represent the brand Micro by displaying the scooter out of its packaging and fully assembled.

At the end of your event or fundraising initiative, please send us some photographs and a short summary of how your event went.

Apply for Sponsorship

If you believe your initiative meets our guidelines above and you would like to apply for sponsorship, please complete the application form, then email a copy to:

All applications are reviewed to assess suitability at the start of each month.

Please note: Compliance with the sponsorship guidelines does not guarantee a commitment to a proposal, as we only have a limited number of scooters to donate each month.

Case Study

A successful case study with NSW primay school is great example of product sponsorship in a primary school.