COTA NT sponsors

COTA NT would like to thank its sponsors. Their generous contributions mean we can keep providing valuable, and much needed, services to seniors across the Northern Territory. See more information on becoming a sponsor.

Major programs and project sponsors

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COTA is supported in the Northern Territory by the Northern Territory Government, who part-fund an agreed Service Plan delivered by COTA. This Service Plan incorporates service including advocacy, community engagement including events, programs of social inclusion, education, information delivery and volunteering opportunities.
The Northern Territory Government also contributes grants which part-fund COTA’s MASP program, Seniors’ Month activities and Seniors EXPO.

AustGovt The Commonwealth provides funding to COTA to enable delivery of the Partners in Culturally Appropriate Care (PICAC) service, Consumer Directed Care (CDC) program of information and My Aged Care community engagement workshops.
DCC_Logo_SPOT  City of Darwin provides support to COTA NT through community grant funding and in-kind support of: Seniors Survey, Tales of Cyclone 40 Years On commemorative project, Age Friendly Community training, Cyclone Planning for Seniors and Seniors EXPO. City of Darwin provides assistance with community engagement projects and is responsible for the maintenance of the public lawns and car  park adjacent to Spillett House.
Operating since 1994, Regis Aged Care is committed to the need of care choice as we age including home care, retirement living, day therapy and residential care. Regis operates home care, day therapy and residential care in Tiwi close to Royal Darwin Hospital, Casuarina Square and the beach. For more information call 1300 998 100 or visit
Greenfields Living is the operator of two Retirement Living communities in the Northern Territory committed to developing first class Seniors Living for over 55s. Tiwi Gardens Senior Living Community, one of Darwin’s first privately funded retirement villages is close to Royal Darwin Hospital, Casuarina Square and beach. Our gated community offers tropical gardens, swimming pools and a range of daily activities. Durack Gardens is close to the Palmerston CBD, Gateway shopping centre and Palmerston Hospital. Durack Gardens offers security, luxury and privacy in a unique tropical setting.
Malak Marketplace is Darwin’s first organic market, arts and craft and health hub, with a unique multicultural and creative flare. After its first year of operation in 2016, Malak Marketplace has already become the iconic, family friendly location to go to on a late Saturday afternoon /evening to share culture, music, organic food and local entertainment. Malak Marketplace supports COTA NT by sharing its event equipment.

Seniors EXPO 2018 – Major event sponors

We would like to thank the organisations below for their financial and in-kind support of Seniors EXPO 2018:

If you would like to sponsor Seniors EXPO or any other program or event on our calendar, we’d love to hear from you.

Other programs and project supporters

With the assistance of our other supporters, COTA has been able to facilitate a number of workshops that inform, educate and engage seniors in the Northern Territory community. We thank the organisations below for their recent support of our work:

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