5 Great Reasons to Partner With Us
1. Focused on children and young people
United Way Australia invests in the critical transition points – starting school ready and leaving school prepared – as these are the most effective stages to give children and young people in communities of disadvantage the opportunity to reach their full potential.
2. Meaningful employee engagement programs
We support your company to attract and retain the best talent, offering structured and meaningful engagement activities. From skilled volunteering for teams and individuals, to mentoring, leadership development, pro bono support, workplace giving, and annual online appeals.
3. We’ll help you leverage your investment
Our experienced team supports your company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) goals by aligning with business priorities, providing strategic advice and investing your contribution where
we know it has the greatest return.
4. You’ll be connecting with a world class global brand
United Way supports your internal and external stakeholders to ‘think big’, helping you access a global network of best practice, with opportunities to showcase your partnership via corporate recognition, event sponsorship and cause marketing on a national or global stage. If you have an international footprint, we can help you to align your community programs locally.
5. For us, collaboration is key
United Way Australia brings together thought leaders from like-minded businesses, along with leaders from government, philanthropy, community and the service sector to help children and young people reach their full potential.
An opportunity to change lives
We pride ourselves on offering our corporate partners a diverse range of ways to contribute to real and lasting change.
our partners tell us
“Working with the kids has been phenomenal for me. If you can only just break through to one child and put them on the right path – it’s rewarding.” Corporate volunteer, Fuji Xerox Australia
“Our numbers have gone through the roof so far as employee engagement; the pride that they take in the organisation; the feelings that they have that we are making a positive contribution to society and working with an ethical organisation.” Rob Moodie, Director, Rodgers Reidy Chartered Accountants
“ING DIRECT employees have had an opportunity to use their skills and expertise to effect positive change and enable our staff to build a greater understanding and empathy for those in need in our community.” Shannon Carruth, Manager, Sustainability & Community Impact, ING DIRECT
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