Joint Industry Sponsorships

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National Missing Persons Week (NMPW)

The OMA and its members are long-standing supporters of National Missing Persons Week.

This year, members have generously donated an estimated 5,000 OOH signs Australia-wide, valued at approximately $1.7m – the largest donation in the history of the partnership. Participating OMA members include: Adshel, APN Outdoor, Bishopp Outdoor Advertising, JCDecaux, oOh!media, QMS Media, Tonic Health Media, and TorchMedia.

Originally developed following the disappearance of Queensland (QLD) resident, Tony Jones, in 1988, the 2018 campaign marks the 30th anniversary of the NMPW initiative, the 10th year of the OOH industry’s support in New South Wales (NSW), and the 4th year in partnership with the AFP.

UPDATE as of 29 August 2018: This year’s media donations are estimated at 5,000 OOH signs Australia-wide, valued at approximately $1.7m – the largest donation in the history of our partnership. MOVE tells us that over 11 million people are likely to have seen the campaign over the course of one week.

To read more about 2018 campaign, find the press release here.

Individual Member Sponsorships

In addition to the joint industry sponsorships, OMA Members support over 160 beneficiaries with significant contributions to a wide range of Australian charities, healthcare organisations, nature and environment organisations, public bodies, as well as arts and culture organisations.

In 2015, it is estimated that the industry donated advertising space valued at more than $34 million to charitable and community campaigns.

Click here for the list of initiatives and organisations OMA Members support.

Sponsorship Guidelines

The OMA is not currently accepting proposals for industry-wide sponsorship. If you would like to see your organisation promoted on Outdoor advertising, please contact one of our members directly. 

Guidelines for a successful proposal are here.