Diamond Valley Basketball Association Partnership

Giving back to the local community for improving the lives of many young children.


The Partnership

Jasco Consulting is excited to announce our partnership with Diamond Valley Basketball Association. 
The DVBA is one of the largest basketball associations in the Victoria and houses over 6,000 individuals. They field teams from under 8s all the way to their top NBL1 league to cater for the masses. They offer a supportive, community-based approach to basketball for anyone from all walks of life and have had proven success across all levels of basketball. At Jasco we would like to thank DVBA’s General Manager Patrick Di Lizio for his efforts in helping build the partnership as well as Grant Wallace and Dee Butler their NBL1 coaches for their support. 

The partnership aims to strengthen our connection with our surrounding suburbs and help support the local area. After a troubling 2 years with covid conditions and community sport having to take a step back, we felt it was more important than ever to get kids back out on the court in whatever way possible.

Jasco has strong connections within the basketball world with our previous sponsorship of Eltham Wildcats Wellbeing program and wish to help every child around the community have the chance to play. We aims to assist our local community and give back to anyone in need with a desire to better the lives of others and show our appreciation to the neighborhood. 

Sue Vander Jasco CEO said “That supporting grass roots sport is something we are extremely passionate about and want every child to have the chance to play sport, make friends and build life skills.” The partnership will aim to build programs suited to different age groups and develop the associations reach. We wish to build a long partnership with Diamond Valley Basketball Association and positively impact the lives of many basketball families for many years to come. We wish all the teams the best of luck for the year ahead and can’t wait to see everyone out on the court.