We develop strategic partnerships with a variety of businesses for mutual benefit, including sponsorships and cause related marketing programs.
One of the 8 courtesy transport vehicles provided through our partnership with Bridgestone.
Your support and involvement in our state and national events will not only help us but offer significant benefits to your organisation's public profile and staff satisfaction.
Corporate donations fund ground breaking research into better treatments and cures, as well as providing personalised and practical care for patients and families.
Our partners can take part in tailored volunteering programs for their staff that lift employee morale and team building to their benefit.
The Leukaemia Foundation establishes business partnerships to give organisations the opportunity to work with the Foundation to create a 'win-win' situation to benefit both parties. Business partnerships offer many benefits including enhanced customer relations, community reputation and employee morale.
Whether you are a national corporate, state-based organisation, small-to-medium enterprise or a family-owned business, we offer tailored partnerships that focus on delivering your objectives to achieve tangible and measurable outcomes. These partnerships can be developed at a local, state or national level.
The Foundation's brand - Vision to Cure and Mission to Care - is one of the most highly regarded not-for-profit brands in Australia. Established in 1975, we set an international benchmark in personalised and practical care and support for people living with leukaemias, lymphomas, myeloma and related blood disorders. We support patients and families in every metropolitan, regional and rural area across Australia.Find out more about:
To discuss about how your business, staff and community can benefit from a relationship with the Foundation, please contact the Business Relationship team.
A recent study has shown that the Leukaemia Foundation falls under the top two causes Australians choose to support – 1. medical research (22 per cent) and 2. health or medical care for children (18 per cent)
Passion People (2004), Cavill and Co. www.cavill.com.au
"The new [sponsorship] model is based on a conduit approach. The sponsee's job now is not to be a billboard for a sponsor, but a conduit so that the sponsor can reach through and create meaningful experiences and connections with that target market."
Kim Skildum-Reid, Sponsorship School – Month 1, www.powersponsorship.com
"Working in partnership not only has the potential to enrich people's lives, but can also deliver tangible results for all Australians. Community and business partnerships are a driver to accomplish better outcomes than any group acting alone could achieve."
The Hon. John Howard, Former Prime Minister of Australia.