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Current corporate supporters

Lifeline values its current corporate supporters and would like to acknowledge the support by each of the organisations listed below.

MLC Community Foundation

Type of relationship:
Major Partner

About their support:
Lifeline has been a flagship partner of MLC Community Foundation since June 2008.

MLC Community Foundation is funded by MLC, Australia's leading Superannuation and financial adviser network.

MLC Community Foundation is providing valuable support to improve national training for Telephone Crisis Supporters, enhance Lifeline's 24 hour telephone crisis support service, and improve information and resources available to help-seekers.

MLC Community Foundation also provides volunteering support through their staff engagement program and is also a major supporter of Lifeline's Stress Down Day.

Stacks of Snacks

Stacks of Snacks

Type of relationship:
Cause related marketing

About their support:
From January 2010 Stacks of Snacks will donate a royalty from every piece of chocolate sold to Lifeline. These funds will be used to support national services, such as our 24 hour telephone crisis support service - 13 11 14 and contribute to the sustainability of Lifeline.

Stacks of Snacks is Australian owned and is the world’s largest workplace snack box provider, specialising in confectionery snacks. Stacks of Snacks chocolate boxes are placed at organisations throughout Australia and are a tasty way to support a great cause. Currently there are over 30,000 organisations with a regularly serviced Stacks of Snacks box.

Visit the Stacks of Snacks website to order your own workplace chocolate box.

MTAA Superannuation Fund

MTAA Super

Type of relationship:
Cause related marketing

About their support:
Since 2004, the Motor Trades Superannuation Fund (MTAA Super) and Lifeline have been working together to implement a joint help-seeking and suicide prevention campaign, titled readthesigns. This partnership has been established to increase awareness of options for seeking help for MTAA Super members, particularly in situations involving mental health or suicide. The partnership is also developing awareness and skills among MTAA Super Members, in recognising and responding to individuals who may be at risk of suicide or who have been affected by a suicide.

In achieving these objectives, the readthesigns campaign consists broadly of three components. These include a communications campaign; mental health and suicide prevention training (depression awareness and suicide awareness training to apprentice group training scheme); and the provision of resources to support people who have been impacted by the suicide of a loved one, friend or colleague. In 2007, the Lifeline/MTAA partnership won the Business/Industry category in the LIFE Awards from Suicide Prevention Australia.

The readthesigns campaign is continuing to achieve great results in 2010. For further information visit the readthesigns campaign website

News Corp Australia

Type of relationship:
Digital media partner - Lifeline Online Services

About their support:
Lifeline and News Digital Media are partnering to create a new online information and support service that will help more Australians get the emotional support they need.

Visit the News Corp Australia website

P&O Cruises

P&O Holiday Packages

Type of relationship:
Major Partner - retail support

About their support:
P&O Cruises make regular and significant donations of used and surplus goods from their modern cruise liners. These goods are onsold through Lifeline's retail outlets in New South Wales and Queensland, with proceeds supporting Lifeline's Centre operations, including Lifeline's 24 hour telephone crisis support service.

About P&O Cruises:

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P&O Cruises has been sailing from Australia for 78 years, but in the past five years P&O Cruises has expanded its operations from one cruise ship, based in Sydney, to three cruise ships sailing year round from the ports of Sydney, Brisbane, Fremantle, Newcastle and Auckland. P&O Cruises will welcome a fourth ship to its fleet in December 2010.

P&O Cruises offers deals on cruise holiday packages to many exotic destinations in Australia, New Zealand, Bali, Fiji, and other popular pacific islands.

P&O Cruises make regular and significant donations of used and surplus goods from their modern cruise liners. These goods are on sold through Lifeline's retail outlets in New South Wales and Queensland, with proceeds supporting Lifeline's Centre operations, including Lifeline's 24 hour telephone crisis support service.

Visit the P&O Cruises website

Clayton Utz

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Type of relationship:
Pro-bono legal and compliance support.

About their support:
Clayton Utz provides legal and compliance support to Lifeline’s National Office through the firm's pro bono practice.

About Clayton Utz:
Clayton Utz is a full-service commercial law firm with lawyers around the country with diverse and broad-ranging legal experience, across a range of industry sectors.

Visit the Clayton Utz website

Servier

Type of relationship:
Corporate supporter

About their support:
The Servier Foundation has generously funded a three year research project through Lifeline’s Suicide Prevention Foundation.  The Research will investigate improved pathways for people with complex needs, many of whom have mental illness, are suicidal, and in contact with crisis support services such as Lifeline’s 13 11 14 crisis line.  Through this research, Lifeline will aim to find ways to assist these people to access continued professional care through improved networking between crisis services and clinical practice.  Lifeline would like to thank Servier Australia for showing leadership within the health industry by being the first corporate contributor to Lifeline's Suicide Prevention Foundation.

About Servier:
Servier's mission is to improve the quality of people's lives by discovering and developing innovative medicines. Servier is a foundation and its independence from shareholder interests allows Servier to channel all profit from worldwide operations into research and development projects, and in particular to focus on new first-in-class chemical entities at the high end of pharmaceutical innovation. Areas of research include cardiovascular disease, diabetes, oncology, osteoporosis and neurosciences.

In addition to its R&D focus Servier Australia has a broader commitment to the health and wellbeing of Australian society. Servier Australia provides philanthropic support to intervention studies in aboriginal communities, is dedicated to patient education, and building partnerships with world-renowned Australian centres of scientific excellence.

Servier Australia employs 200 staff, including 30 researchers and over 700,000 Australians take one or more of Servier products daily.

Emeco

Type of relationship:
Corporate Supporter

About their support:

Emeco have financially contributed to Lifeline’s ‘Saving Lives Overnight’ program.

About Emeco:

Established in Australia in 1972, Emeco is a leading supplier of earthmoving equipment solutions to the global mining industry with operations across Australia, Indonesia, Canada and Chile.  

Equipment Rental is Emeco's core service offering globally.

The Emeco team works in partnership with mining industry companies to develop integrated earthmoving equipment solutions in support of operational needs.

Emeco’s Vision is to contribute to a sustainable and productive mining industry and to provide a great workplace for its people and teams.

Through Emeco’s global community engagement program, the Company seeks to “improve quality of life” for people who live and work in the regions where Emeco operates.

Visit the Emeco website

 

iinet

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Type of relationship:

Corporate supporter

About their support:
iiNet provides internet and telecommunications services and is proud to support Lifeline’s Online Crisis Support Chat.

iiNet has provided financial support to Lifeline WA to allow Lifeline to extend support hours for Online Crisis Support Chat to help connect more Australians using this much-needed platform.

Visit the iinet website.

Orange Whip Films

Orange Whip Films

Type of relationship:
Pro-bono support

About their support:
Orange Whip Films have produced Lifeline's community service announcements since 2007. They have generously provided the resources and equipment to plan and film these advertisements, and staff have volunteered their time for the production.

Productions for Lifeline have included a 2007/08 rural help seeking CSA (raising awareness of the hardship being experienced in rural communities during the drought); 2008-2010 Stress Down Day CSAs and Lifeline’s 2010 suicide prevention CSA.

Orange Whip Films’ advertisements have assisted Lifeline to remain responsive and relevant to the community, and connect with more Australians. The attention to detail, time, enthusiasm and support from Orange Whip Films has been invaluable for Lifeline.

View Lifeline’s community service announcements

Prime Super

Prime Super

Type of relationship:
Corporate supporter

About their support:
As the super fund for rural and regional Australians, Prime Super understands the types of issues its members face and that sometimes a little bit of help can go a long way.

To support their regional membership, and help address the high incidence of suicide in rural and regional areas, Prime Super has partnered with Lifeline and is the proud sponsor of the Lifeline Information Service.

The Lifeline Information Service provides self-help resources for promoting mental health awareness, help seeking and suicide prevention. The service offers a range of informative tool kits that provide practical tips and self-help strategies to prevent and respond to a number of mental health related issues.

Prime Super is Australia's only truly nationally operating super fund dedicated to rural and regional Australia. With approximately 150,000 members and more than $1 billion in funds under management, they understand what their employers and members need from their super fund.

Visit the Mental Health Resource Centre to access tool kits offered by the Lifeline Information Service.

Visit the Prime Super website or call 1800 675 839.

Cavill + Co

Cavill & Co

Type of relationship:
Corporate supporter

About their support:
As the leading not-for-profit partner of The HeartSmart® NPO Toolkit, Lifeline is supporting a world-first resource for not-for-profit organisations.

The HeartSmart® NPO Toolkit is a distance education program that helps NPOs to build best practice partnerships with the corporate sector. It has been developed by Cavill + Co, Australia’s leading corporate-cause partnership builder, with the help of Lifeline and a team of corporate, communications and not-for-profit organisations.

Lifeline trialled the Toolkit and provided feedback and advice to Cavill + Co to develop the education materials and support program. Lifeline’s contribution to the Toolkit has ensured that it is a highly relevant and effective training resource for Australian not-for-profit organisations.

Visit the Cavill + Co website

James&Co


Type of relationship:
Cause related marketing

About their support:
The underlying philosophy behind the James&Co range is to offer ethical products and cruelty-free lifestyles. As a business, James&Co was established with a key focus on supporting mental health programs for young people. James&Co goes beyond raising money for Lifeline and has adopted the partnership approach of working with ‘people on the front lines’ to make a difference.  

James&Co is an online boutique selling ladies’ jackets and accessories crafted from high-end synthetic leather fabrics with a focus on details.  The business was established with a key focus on supporting organisations and programs for improving mental health outcomes for young people. Combined with an underlying philosophy to offer ethical products and cruelty-free lifestyles James&Co caters to those who like to look good while knowing their choice can make a difference.  

PricewaterhouseCoopers

Type of relationship:
Pro-bono support - Lifeline Strategic Retail Review

About their support:
PwC are assisting Lifeline with a strategic review of its retail operations to achieve greater returns and improved services for the community.

PwC is Australia's leading professional services firm, bringing the power of our global network to help Australian businesses, charities and governments assess their performance and improve the way they work. Across our Portfolio of businesses which include Assurance, Consulting, Deals, Tax and Legal, Enterprises and Private Clients, we offer a broad range of services that combine to provide our clients with a range of end-to-end solutions. PwC's aim is to set new standards in responsible leadership, working with our clients to create value and sustainable solutions.

Visit the PwC website.

 

Max Employment

Type of relationship:
Corporate Alliance

About their support:

As part of Max Employments Greatest Gift Campaign, finding 10,000 jobs for unemployed people over the festive season, they are making a significant financial contribution to support Lifeline’s work in crisis support and suicide prevention.

 MAX Employment has been in the business of assisting people return to work for more than a decade. With 74 sites across Australia and the commitment and resources to match clients with the right skills and experience to the requirements of employers, MAX Employment is at the forefront of providing quality services to Australian job seekers.

Visit the Max Employment website

Nous Group

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Type of relationship:
Corporate supporter

About their support:
Nous Group are assisting Lifeline with a range of projects looking to improve Lifeline services and lending us their change management expertise.

About NOUS Group:

We bring a unique, cross-disciplinary approach to clients' challenges, ensuring the right balance of expertise and real world experience across business strategy, public policy, organisational capability, leadership and people development, and digital strategy and capability.

Visit the NOUS Group website

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Lifeline thanks and acknowledges the generous support of our current corporate supporters.

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