Meet DeadlyScience: The Australian Nonprofit Taking the Podium with Smartsheet’s… – Press Release

The First-of-its-Kind Initiative Shines a Light on Work That Matters at Australian Grand Prix

Australian nonprofit, DeadlyScience, will take part in the Sponsor X initiative led by McLaren Racing sponsor Smartsheet, the enterprise platform for dynamic work. Starting with the DeadlyScience logo replacing Smartsheet’s logo on the McLaren MCL36 race cars at the Australian Grand Prix on 8-10 April, Smartsheet will help raise awareness and donations to benefit DeadlyScience’s mission.

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DeadlyScience is a nonprofit that provides remote Australian communities with STEM resources and mentoring. Started after proud Kamilaroi man Corey Tutt discovered that some schools were completely under-resourced, and that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children were discouraged from pursuing STEM because of this, DeadlyScience has since shipped over 20,000 books and STEM resources to over 100 communities across Australia.

“DeadlyScience is a small team with a big mission: to introduce STEM education to kids who have so much potential, but just need someone to believe in them,” said Corey Tutt, founder and CEO of DeadlyScience. “It means the world for Smartsheet to donate this sponsorship and believe in the important work we are doing. When the kids see DeadlyScience on the car, they’re going to know it represents them.”

Sponsor X is reimagining what a sponsorship can do in the name of what Smartsheet believes in: work that matters. The first-of-its-kind initiative in Formula 1 history, Smartsheet will extend the benefits of its partnership with McLaren Racing to put a worthy cause front and center. In addition to logo visibility on McLaren’s cars and spotlight posts on social media, the nonprofit will receive perpetual Smartsheet software licenses, consultant hours, and training at no cost to improve teamwork and collaboration so their work can be…