Working together to make a difference and keep Australian children safe from violence and bullying.
Partnerships underpin all of the Alannah & Madeline Foundation's work, from our prevention, care and advocacy programs, campaigns and events, to our connections with our community, government and corporates.
Our success relies heavily on our partnerships to ensure that our work continues to keep children safe from violence and bullying.
We also rely on our funding partners, from government and corporates right through to our philanthropic grants and the individuals who donate in support of our work. Without them, we simply would not have the resources or funds to carry out our work.
The Foundation has a strong track record of establishing and building long-term, meaningful relationships that have delivered significant benefits and desired outcomes to both their business and the community.
The Foundation's national reach, innovative approach and strong focus on keeping children safe from violence makes us well placed to help your business. From building staff engagement programs, enhancing your brand profile or engaging stakeholders.
Your business will benefit through an integrated partnership with the Foundation, which will:
Because every organisation is unique, we will work with you to build a tailored partnership to meet your Corporate Social Responsibility and Community Investment objectives to deliver tangible benefits.
Here are some of the ways you can get involved:
To discuss opportunities for your business, please contact us.
Volunteer your time to help the Alannah & Madeline Foundation make an impact in the community.Read More >
Support the Foundation through the purchase of a product.Read More >
Whether you want to support the Alannah & Madeline Foundation through your workplace or school by running a marathon or hosting an event, we'd love to welcome you to our community of fundraisers known as Community Buddies.Read More >
Your donation can help keep a child safe from violence.Read More >
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