Sponsorships and donations allow us to support and improve the functioning of organisations in the areas of sport, culture, humanitarian and other social-responsible activities. We see sponsorship or donation relationship as a partnership which guarantees mutual progress for the sponsor or donator, the receiver and for society as a whole. The decision for sponsorship or donor support is based on three motives – strengthening the Bluemarine brand, being socially responsible and supporting the local environment.
- Prevention activities
The two key objectives of such activities are to raise the awareness of the general public and to reduce the level of risk and potential accidents.
Road traffic safety and fire safety: Bluemarine supports the publishing of children’s colouring books about traffic and fire safety published by the Slovenian Police Union.
With donations and sponsorships, the Bluemarine company regularly supports groups active in sports, culture and humanitarian activities.
Culture is the power of spirit: Bluemarine helps the local Cultural Association Mandrač from Koper in preserving the local folk culture, music, songs and customs.
Humanitarian activities: Bluemarine supportes the Humanitarian Association Križemrok from Kamnica in organizing the »Mega summer camp« in Podbela for less privileged children.
Sport is a traditional and a very important recipient of the company’s sponsorship activities. With a sporting spirit, the Bluemarine company champions the long-term results, persistence and upbringing of young athletes.
- Bluemarine is the general sponsor of the women’s hanball Sportsclub Jadran Bluemarine Hrpelje-Kozina.
- Our Company is one of the biggest sponsors of the Slovenian Handball Federation. Currently we are a bronze sponsor of the women’s national team.
News, 11 May 2018: EHF revealed Women’s EHF Champions League 2017/18 All-star team in which two Slovenian national players are ranked; Ana Gros, who convincingly became the best right back player and Tjasa Stanko as the best young player. Ana Gros, the Captain of the Slovenian National team, who got through to the quarter-finals playing for Metz team, scored 74 goals in 14 matches, while Tjasa Stanko scored 55 goals in 12 matches playing for Krim Mercator team. Congratulations to both of them!
News, 3 June 2018: In the last round of qualifications for the 2018 European Championship in France, the women’s national team played undefeated in Most with the Czech Republic (30:30) and ranked for the second time in the biggest tournament of the old continent. Congratulations!
- Bluemarine continues its successful partnership with the young windsurfer Luka Martin Ličan competing in the Windsurf Slalom discipline.
- Furthermore, support is provided to the Sports and Recreation Association Vrhpolje, the Kayak Canoe Club Orka Ankaran, the Sports and Recreation Association Partizan Koper and the Sailing club Izola.