Our corporate partners
Our corporate partners are essential to many of our programs and services for young people and the community. We are grateful for every partnership.
We have more than 50 corporate partners who share our belief that every young person has the right to feel safe, access education and employment opportunities, achieve their goals and become valued members of the community.
We are proud to recognise and acknowledge the following partners.
Future Generation Australia
Future Generation Australia delivers investment and social returns by investing 1% of assets into charities that make a difference to Australia’s future generations. Through this partnership, we receive a stream of social investments that enable us to change the lives of young Australians. Our Aboriginal Cultural Connections program is generously funded by Future Generation Australia.
Sony Foundation Australia
Sony Foundation Australia is the charitable arm of the Sony Group of Companies operating in Australia. Since 1998, Sony Foundation has raised and donated $27 million to youth-related causes. The Sony Companies contribute to the Foundation’s administrative costs, allowing the net proceeds of funds raised to be distributed in full to youth-focused causes, including Youth Off The Streets. Sony Foundation generously supports our Food Van, mental health programs in our independent schools, and the National Scholarship Program.
UnLtd is a social purpose organisation connecting the media, marketing and creative industries with charities working with at-risk children and young people. We are grateful for their support in growing awareness of our cause.
Your Local Club
ClubsNSW – the peak body for registered clubs – has been a proud partner of Youth Off The Streets since 2000, contributing over $1M to date. ClubsNSW supports the operations of our Registered Training Organisation and employment program, as well as providing support for various projects and services for disadvantaged young people in NSW. Additionally, member clubs across NSW make generous contributions through the ClubGRANTS scheme. Learn more.
HSBC is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations, serving over 40 million customers in 65 countries. HSBC aims to connect customers to opportunities, enable businesses to thrive and economies to prosper, and ultimately help people to fulfil their hopes and realise their ambitions. HSBC’s support enables our Ready For Life program, assisting young people to prepare for the transition from education to employment.
Helia has been helping Australians on their home ownership journey for over 50 years. By partnering with home mortgage lenders to share lending risk, we enable thousands of Australians to build financial security through the purchase of homes and investment properties. We are committed to helping charitable groups deliver services to address homelessness and support vulnerable members of the local community.
Principal Global Investors (Australia) Limited (“PGIA”) is a member of the Financial Services Council and fully supports the adoption of FSC Standard 23: Principles of Internal Governance and Asset Stewardship, dated July 2017 (“Standard”). As a fiduciary asset manager, we seek investments with good governance objectives. We set out below how the three key principles of the standard have been applied and our approach to integrating those responsibilities into the investment process, indicating areas in which we may choose to deviate and why such deviation may be viewed as meeting the best interest of our clients.
Australian Hotels Association
The GPT Group
Pacific West Foods
Liverpool Catholic Club
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