When I realised that hundreds of millions of people simply go without a sound sleep for months in summer, this project took on a special significance for me and my family. We hope that, one day, everyone who needs cooling for sleeping or working should have a healthy and affordable solution, without compromising sustainability or the global climate.
- James Trevelyan, Close Comfort Pty Ltd
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
For more information about Workplace Giving, please contact Lucinda Needham, our Partnerships Officer.
iChoice launched their corporate partnership with The Fred Hollows Foundation in 2017, and are proud to support sight-restoring work in more than 25 countries around the world.
iChoice are the preferred mortgage advisory to Medical Industry professionals around Australia. Awarded “2018 Brokerage of the Year in NSW” by MPA Magazine, they package Home, Investment & Business loans to deliver excellent outcomes for their clients.
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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.
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.
The Fred Hollows Foundation has partnered with PLAYGROUND XYZ as they use vision to restore sight to people who are needlessly blind.
To collect data for PLAYGROUND XYZ's Attention Intelligence Platform, they built the Vision Project - an opt-in web browser where they conduct market research.
When people use their app, PLAYGROUND XYZ makes a donation to The Foundation. To date, they've committed enough to restore sight to as many as 1,000 people in disadvantaged countries.
The Fred Hollows Foundation is proud to have partnered with Qantas Frequent Flyer, Australia’s leading loyalty program since 2014. The program has helped restore sight to over 7,700 people.
Qantas Frequent Flyer members can redeem Qantas Points at the Qantas Shopping Rewards Store to support the work of The Fred Hollows Foundation.
To learn more and for all Terms and Conditions, please visit the Qantas Shopping Rewards Store.
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 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.
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.
You can learn more about our partnership with Specsavers here.
The Fred Hollows Foundation has proudly partnered with TechnologyOne since 2017. The partnership is driven by TechnologyOne Foundation’s commitment to making a difference in the local and international community, by working with charity partners to empower disadvantaged youth.
The Brisbane-headquartered global business is working with The Fred Hollows Foundation to improve eye health for all Vietnamese primary and secondary school children through support of the Vietnam Eye Care Project. The program focuses on the development and adoption of national school eye screening guidelines.
Australia's largest enterprise Software as a Software provider, TechnologyOne has offices across six countries, and creates solutions that transform business and makes life simple for their customers. They do this by providing powerful, deeply integrated enterprise software that is incredibly easy to use.
Yaru Water is partnering with The Fred Hollows Foundation to support our aim of improving the eye health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Yaru is more than water. Yaru Water is a social enterprise and a proud supporter of The Fred Hollows Foundation. Through nationwide sales of Yaru Water, money is raised and donated towards projects that help to close the health gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.