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Touch Football Australia (TFA) is delighted to announce a multi-year partnership extension with naming rights partner DoorDash. The extension will see the leading delivery service continue to support Australia’s largest social sport and a number of community programs and initiatives.

Under the new deal, DoorDash retain naming rights and key branding assets including the national referee uniform and official ball. Additionally, the Footy Cash from DoorDash community grants program is also retained, which will continue to provide $100,000 funding to local Touch Football associations and members annually.

Since its inception, $200,000 has been shared by 34 local clubs from across Australia. In 2022, Ipswich Touch received $25,000 from the program to help them rebuild after the devastating floods of that year. Gove Touch in East Arnhem land was another beneficiary, receiving $11,000 to provide participation opportunities in predominately remote indigenous communities.

TFA CEO Jamie O’Connor said it was fantastic to continue the sports partnership with DoorDash.

“We’re delighted to continue our partnership with DoorDash” he said.

“Our two organisations are strongly aligned in our commitment to local communities, inclusion and providing service to a broad segment of the population. The commitment and support that DoorDash provide our community is unmatched and has a tangible impact on our members and sport.”

“I look forward to building on our partnership and continuing to work with a leading global brand in DoorDash.”

DoorDash Senior Partner Marketing Manager, Madison Westall said:

“We’re thrilled to be extending our partnership with Touch Football. We are proud to be aligned with TFA and a sport that is inclusive, safe and enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of Australians regardless of gender, age and background.”

We look forward to continuing an ongoing and successful partnership and delivering good.

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