The work and success of the Foundation has only been made possible through the help of our amazing sponsors and partners.
The Foundation is committed to developing long term, mutually beneficial partnerships with corporate and community organisations and groups who share our goals and values.
Their continued support and confidence in our organisation by way of generous donations, sponsorships and in-kind support has helped us keep Australian children safe from violence.
NAB has been the Foundation partner since 2003, NAB has dedicated in excess of $4 million through the sponsorship and support of initiatives over that time, including assisting in the launch of the Better Buddies Framework.
Telstra has been the Principal Partner of eSmart Libraries, the $8 million, multi-year partnership with the Telstra Foundation has delivered eSmart Libraries in collaboration with Australia's library network to more than 75 per cent of all of Australia's 1,500 public libraries.
Target Australia is Principal Partner of the Buddy Bags program, with their ‘Bags for Bags' campaign launched across Australia in 2008. To date, the campaign has raised over $2.5 million to assist in helping children thrive.
Richmond Football Club is the Community Partner of the Foundation raising hundreds of thousands of dollars through sponsorship of our programs and via a dedicated Alannah & Madeline Foundation RFC membership!
The Alannah & Madeline Foundation is the Official Charity Partner of Cricket Australia, and the Boxing Day Test is one of the most important weeks to raise money to help Australian kids living with violence.
After continued success in Australia, the eSmart Digital Licence has now launched in New Zealand thanks to a partnership between the Google New Zealand and the Alannah & Madeline Foundation.
This is just to name a few of our generous partners! We have many other incredible partners who support us in various, meaningful ways, including Mattel and Ace Radio.
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