Corporate partnerships

Australian Red Cross is a powerful partner for business.

Partnerships are critical to our work.

We cannot solve problems in isolation.

Solving complex social challenges requires cross-sector commitment, expertise and innovation. Together with our partners we address and alleviate hardship in our communities in Australia and in the Asia Pacific.

Working together we can achieve measurable social impact through shared value, capacity building and cause-driven programs.

Australian Red Cross’ charity corporate partners have had a positive impact in communities across Australia and in the Asia Pacific region.

On behalf of all of the communities we support, we thank our corporate partners for their solidarity.

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Global partners

Since 2010, Land Rover has been helping Red Cross reach vulnerable people around the world. With Land Rover, Red Cross has helped deliver clean water, good health and disaster relief programs internationally.
QBE Insurance Group Limited is working in partnership with Australian Red Cross in supporting communities in Australia and globally to build their resilience and save lives by improving their capacity to prepare, anticipate, respond and recover from disasters.

Major partners

One of Australia’s most trusted brands, Australia Post has been at the heart of Australian communities for more than 200 years connecting them with each other and the world. ​

Australia Post is a National Community Partner and the Official Postal & Logistics Provider of Australian Red Cross. With its local community experience and unrivalled national footprint, Australia Post supports Red Cross’ disaster preparedness, response and recovery programs to help ensure Australians get the help they need when they need it most.
The BHP Foundation works to address some of the most critical global sustainable development challenges facing our generation. Australian Red Cross works in partnership with BHP Foundation in the Managing the Psychosocial impact of Drought on Australian Communities project which aims to support social development and sustainability in Australia.
Since 2011, The Coca-Cola Company and the IFRC have enjoyed a global partnership. Together with Coca-Cola bottling partners, The Coca-Cola Company and the Red Cross Red Crescent are working together in over 50 countries. The partnership aims to better engage the public in disaster response, preparedness and the ongoing development and disaster management activities of the Red Cross Red Crescent network.
Coles has a long history of supporting the communities in which they operate by raising funds for disaster relief. Coles team members and customers support relief efforts by donating funds as well as essential supplies to communities in need. For many years, Coles has supported Australian Red Cross by donating and raising significant funds to various disasters and relief work.
Australia's largest credit union, CUA, is partnering with Australian Red Cross and Infoxchange to lift the digital and financial capability of vulnerable Australians. The 'Connected Future' collaboration is one of the ways CUA is delivering on our vision to improve the financial wellbeing of our members and the community. CUA is also proud to support the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund, helping communities in their time of need.
IAG has committed resources and funding in a 10-year partnership with Australian Red Cross to motivate a change in individual and community attitudes towards disaster preparedness. With Australian Red Cross, IAG has researched and designed an app to help people Get Prepared for longer and more severe disaster seasons and other emergencies.
The long-standing partnership between INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG joint venture and Red Cross’ Safe Hangout for All Kids (SHAK) Youth Hub has contributed to the social and emotional wellbeing of at-risk Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders youth and other young people in the Northern Territory through positive role modelling, mentoring and continued support to develop and realise their aspirations.
We are delighted to announce a three-year strategic partnership with Kimberly-Clark who will be working together with the Galiwin’ku community in East Arnhem Land to support the Healthy Baby Health Community Program – the Galiwin’ku Baby Hub.
Australian Red Cross and Lendlease have joined forces in a three year partnership to support the Katherine community in the Northern Territory. Together, Lendlease and Red Cross will work closely with Katherine residents, harnessing their strengths and skills to tackle local issues. Katherine is one of ten locations around Australia, in which Red Cross and our partners are committed to bringing people together and supporting them with tools and resources so that they can build the communities they want: communities that are vibrant and strong.
Motion Asia Pacific and Australian Red Cross have partnered together to support elderly and isolated people across the country. Through the Red Cross Telecross program Motion are ensuring isolated people receive a daily wellbeing check from a friendly Red Cross volunteer, helping people to live independently in their own homes.
NAB and Red Cross have worked together for a number of years supporting communities impacted by disasters. This year, we are excited to embark on a new collaboration adopting a community led and owned approach to emergency resilience. Together, our goal is to create stronger, more resilient communities with increased capacity to anticipate, prepare for, respond to and recover from crises.
As Australia’s largest Membership organisation, the NRMA is dedicated to ensuring better future for all road users. Together with Australian Red Cross, the NRMA has successfully introduced the Learner Driver Mentor Program; providing support to young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in regional centres to gain their P1 licence. By achieving this aim, participants gain confidence, independence, and better access to study and work opportunities.
The Origin Energy Foundation has partnered with the Australian Red Cross to deliver volunteering support wherever it is most needed, whether that’s making calls to people in social isolation, or providing executive mentors. The volunteer program aims to provide a high degree of flexibility so that resources can be accessed to suit evolving community needs and have optimal impact.
Vicinity Centres is one of Australia's leading retail property groups with retail assets under management across 61 shopping centres, making it the second largest listed manager of Australian retail property. In 2021, Vicinity Centres embarked on a three year strategic partnership to support Red Cross’ WorkREDi program across Victoria, which provides employment support for young people at risk of, or had contact with, the youth justice system.


Your small change can make big change

Use your small change to create a big change in the lives of vulnerable people and communities. Red Cross Workplace Giving is an easy way to make regular pre-tax donations from your pay.

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Clear your meetings and volunteer your workforce

Corporate volunteers bring skills, knowledge and labour to expand the reach and impact of our community-based programs.

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Become a Red Cross business partner

Our charity corporate partners choose to:

  • support our wide-ranging and far-reaching work in communities
  • drive community support for our work through a targeted campaign or business activity
  • support an identified community or place-based program
  • work with us to co-design solutions to significant social problems
  • engage staff members through workplace giving or corporate volunteering opportunities.

To learn about the impact your business could make, talk to an Australian Red Cross Business Partner Manager.

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