We thank our corporate partners for their generous donations and bringing us closer to cancer-free future.
We are excited to announce a new national partnership with social enterprise digital fundraising Amazing Change™, which aims to make donations to support cancer a two-way street. “Amazing Change™ is proud to partner with Cancer Council to support all Australians and their families impacted by cancer,” said Amazing Change co-founder Deryll Naidoo. “Our main point of difference is our Goodness Impact™, which aims to connect donors with outcomes of their donations to support the vital work of Cancer Council.” Find out more about Amazing Change.
The AMP Foundation is the main vehicle through which AMP invests in the community. Since it was established in 1992, the Foundation has invested more than $100 million into the Australian community. Since 2012, the AMP Foundation has partnered with Cancer Council NSW. With the generous support of the AMP Foundation, our Pro Bono Program now assists more cancer patients and carers in acute financial hardship than ever before. To find out more about the AMP Foundation, visit their website.
BINGO Industries is a recycling & waste management company based in Sydney, Australia. Bingo has been supporting Cancer Council NSW since 2013 and, in 2018, their bi-annual fundraiser Deep Blue raised an incredible $353,000 for the Emergency Financial Assistance Program. Cancer Council NSW is immensely thankful for the opportunity to partner with such a dedicated organisation. Read more information on Bingo.
Dry July Foundation: Funding our national 13 11 20 service
We are grateful to the Dry July Foundation for supporting Cancer Council for seven years through the Dry July campaign. Since 2019, funds raised through Dry July have gone towards funding our vital 13 11 20 telephone support service where our specialists provide confidential cancer information to more than 37,000 callers across Australia each year. Without support from partners like the Dry July Foundation and our community, we couldn’t run vital services, such as 13 11 20, for people impacted by cancer and their loved ones. Find out more about the Dry July Foundation.
Smart Energy’s mission is to help transition Australia to a better, cleaner future. They help Australian electricity consumers feel good about their energy by providing energy solutions that are better environmentally, socially and financially.
Smart Energy’s ‘Feel Good’ plan is 100% carbon neutral & proudly supports Cancer Council NSW.
Feel Good about your energy. Smart Energy will donate a portion of every ‘Feel Good’ electricity bill to CCNSW. Doing so will help provide financial assistance to people affected by cancer. Paying your Smart Energy bill means you will be helping people affected by cancer pay their own bill. Find out more about Smart Energy.
Cancer Council NSW is proud to be Holland America Line’s chosen charity in Australia. Holland America Line and the Holland America Line Foundation continue to take the fight against cancer to the high seas with On Deck for a Cause, a non-competitive 5k fundraising walk on each sailing. In 2017 more than 500 On Deck for a Cause events will be held across the Holland America Line fleet, with walks taking place globally on cruises to the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, the South Pacific, Alaska’s Inside Passage, Canada/New England, Bermuda, Mexico, Asia, the Baltic, Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and South America.
Cancer Council NSW first partnered with Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation (NPCF) in 2005. Since then, NPCF has generously funded the expansion of the Transport to Treatment Program, ensuring that more cancer patients are able to access treatment – no matter where they live. In recognition of NPCF support, NCPF were voted ‘Corporate Partner of the Year’ at the 2019 Supporter Awards. We are proud to partner with NPCF. Find out more about NPCF.
nib Foundation was established in 2008 with the aim to improve the mental and physical health and wellbeing of all Australians. They have generously partnered with Cancer Council NSW to fund a social media campaign which will raise awareness around the link between alcohol and cancer, and encourage individuals to reduce their alcohol consumption. With the help of nib Foundation, we hope this campaign can help prevent the estimated 6,000 alcohol-related deaths in Australia each year. Find out more about the nib Foundation.
Park and Fly offers premium valet-style undercover airport parking. With complimentary on-demand transfers to both the Sydney domestic and international terminals, Park & Fly is the preferred parking facility for thousands of travellers each year. In 2020, Cancer Council NSW partnered with Park & Fly to give customers the option of donating to Cancer Council NSW when they book parking online. This takes some of the stress out of travel, whilst also supporting our vital cancer information and support services. To find out more or to book, visit the Park & Fly website.
Qantas Wellbeing and Cancer Council have teamed up for The March Charge to encourage you to walk or run individually or as a team to Charge against cancer throughout the month of March. Earn up to 3,000 Qantas Points* when you register with your Qantas Frequent Flyer number by 4 March, download the Qantas Wellbeing App, receive 5 individual donations and reach your kilometre target.
Qantas Wellbeing offers insurance with access to Wellness Rewards that include partner discounts and special offers, as well as the opportunity to earn Qantas Points for being active.
Shinhan Bank is a Korean multinational banking firm with a office based in Sydney. Their vision is a ‘Shinhan Bank Opening a Happy Future’, which is based on its management philosophy of benefitting ‘the world with banking power’. Shinhan Bank first partnered with Cancer Council NSW in 2018. Most recently, Shinhan Bank donated nearly $10,000 in taxi vouchers to ensure that cancer patients in acute financial hardship can still get to treatment. To learn more about Shinhan Bank, visit their website.
In 2018, Suncorp employees partnered with Cancer Council NSW as part of Suncorp’s community giving program, Brighter Futures. This program inspires and enables Suncorp employees to make a difference in the communities where they live and work. Through volunteering, fundraising and donating, Suncorp employees will help Cancer Council NSW reduce the burden of cancer in their communities.