Our achievements wouldn’t be possible without the invaluable support of corporate Australia.
The Foundation is fortunate to collaborate with companies through unique, strategic partnerships that raise significant funds, reach new audiences and provide in-kind support.
Together with the staff, customers and clients of our corporate partners we are restoring sight and changing lives. Find out more about becoming a Corporate Partner.
MAJOR CORPORATE PARTNERS
More about our valued Corporate Partners
Agility Logistics is a leading global logistics company that provides transportation, freight forwarding, warehousing and supply chain management solutions to businesses, governments and non-government organisations. Agility has operations in more than one hundred countries, and employs over 22,000 people.
Agility provides The Fred Hollows Foundation with in-kind logistical services, freighting essential medical equipment to our programs around the world, often in some of the most remote and challenging locations.
Blackwoods is Australia’s leading provider of Industrial safety products and services with branches located across Australia. The Blackwoods catalogue is distributed to over 60,000 Australian businesses annually.
Since 2008, Blackwoods has been a key supporter of the Foundation’s Indigenous Australia Program, donating proceeds from sale of the Prosafe Eye & Face Protection products.
Blackwoods has been a proud partner of The Fred Hollows Foundation since 2008, reaching the milestone of $500,000 in total donations in 2016. We are able to provide such support by donating 10% of sales of Prosafe eye and face safety products as well as from the generosity of our employees through a voluntary workplace giving program and the generosity of strategic supply partners. We look forward to exceeding past donation figures for years to come.
- Leslie Imbao, Category Manager - Safety PPE
The Footprints Network is an alliance of e-commerce business making a difference with a solution that supports community development programs around the world. By enabling customers of online businesses to make micro-donations to sustainable projects at the point of purchase.
Travel Insurance Direct and World Nomads, both part of the World Nomads group and business partners of The Footprints Network, provide simple and flexible insurance when things go wrong for the millions of Australians adventuring overseas.
Customers of Travel Insurance Direct and World Nomads have collectively raised almost half a million dollars through micro-donations to fund The Foundation’s sight-restoring projects in places such as Nepal, Cambodia and here in Australia.
HSBC is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations. With more than 45 million customers across 71 countries, HSBC offers an extensive range of financial services through its global network of branches and offices.
HSBC is a major partner in The Fred Hollows Foundation’s #EndTrachomaNow campaign, supporting us in our efforts to eliminate trachoma in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
JB Hi-Fi is Australia’s largest home entertainment retailer, specialising in video games, music, movies, and various electronic goods. There are 184 JB Hi-Fi stores around Australia, with a further 15 operating in New Zealand.
JB Hi-Fi runs a national workplace giving program, ‘Helping Hands’ and an in-store ‘spare change’ program called ‘Change for Change’. With matched giving on workplace giving amounts, JB Hi-Fi is one of The Foundation’s most significant partners.
For more information about Workplace Giving, please contact Lucinda Needham, our Partnerships Officer.
Larsen Jewellery, established by Lars and Susie Larsen, is a family owned business that produce custom-made fine jewellery. Their team of talented jewellers draw on more than 150 years of experience in the jewellery industry.
Larsen Jewellery proudly supports The Fred Hollows Foundation’s Coastrek events in Sydney, Melbourne and the Sunshine Coast, by providing beautifully designed prizes for the top fundraising teams.
Qantas Frequent Flyer is Australia’s leading loyalty program. Qantas Frequent Flyer members can redeem Qantas Points at the Qantas Store to support the work of The Fred Hollows Foundation.
The Fred Hollows Foundation is proud to have partnered with the program since 2014, which has helped restore sight to over 7,700 people.
To learn more and for all Terms and Conditions, please visit the Qantas Store.
Specsavers is one of Australasia’s largest optometry providers with over 325 stores across Australia and more than 30 stores in New Zealand. Specsavers provide high quality, fashionable eyewear at an affordable price and offer both glasses and contact lenses.
The partnership between The Fred Hollows Foundation and Specsavers features a community in-store program and Limited Edition frame initiative that raise significant support for our sight-restoring work.
Specsavers is incredibly proud that our stores have raised in excess of $1.5 million for The Fred Hollows Foundation. We know this support will help hundreds of thousands of people to see again.
Suttons is a family owned automotive business group based in metropolitan Sydney. Selling and servicing new and used cars and trucks across 24 locations, and with 38 franchised premises, Suttons are recognised as one of Sydney’s largest and most trusted car dealerships. As their tag-line suggests “Sydney Trusts Suttons”.
Suttons generously supports the work of The Fred Hollows Foundation in Western NSW through our Outback Eye Service Program. This Program provides eye health services to one-third of New South Wales.
Through a range of engagement and fundraising initiatives, Suttons will be “driving Fred Hollows” to improve the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in remote NSW.
Westpac is an Australian banking and financial services provider, and was the first bank to be established in Australia in 1817.
Westpac’s Bicentennial Foundation, which offers $100 million to fund scholarships to young Australian leaders, featured Fred Hollows for its launch in 2014 with a national ‘Fred’s Drive’ campaign.
I really hope that the scholarships offered through Westpac’s Bicentennial Foundation gives a whole new generation of leaders the leg up they need to shape Australia – just like Fred did.
– Gabi Hollows