Stephen Judd addresses the quality of food in aged care with special guest Maggie Beer, at the HammondCare 2011 Conference.
Express the heart of your company through a meaningful partnership with HammondCare.
A Corporate Partnership with HammondCare will be very rewarding for your company and staff. HammondCare engages companies to support specific projects and programs through grants, workplace giving and volunteering.
One of our Corporate Partners helps fulfil dreams for people in 'end of life' care. The 'dream team' does this on a voluntary capacity and find it extraordinarily rewarding. HammondCare benefits because our patients do something that they have always wanted to do and the Corporate Partner benefits because their staff feel they are contributing to something very special.
Types of Corporate Partnerships
Hold an event and fundraise for HammondCare – it's a great way to show your company's support for people in need. We can provide amazing speakers from our front line to make your event a memorable one.
Workplace Giving / Matched Giving
Offer employees an opportunity to become regular givers to Aged and Dementia Care, Palliative Care, Rehabilitation, Older Persons Mental Health or Younger Onset Dementia with a salary sacrifice agreement through your company.
Offer gift in-kind donations to support our work in Aged and Dementia Care, Palliative Care, Rehabilitation, Older Persons Mental Health and Younger Onset Dementia.
Physical Challenges & Volunteering
Gather a group of work colleagues and run a physical challenge like the City to Surf, or engage with one of the many volunteering opportunities that we can provide.
Discuss a Corporate Partnership?
Telephone 1300 426 666 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Donations are vital for supporting any one of the following areas:
Finding better ways to care across our multi-disciplined research programs
Indoor/outdoor site upgrades incorporating new designs, capital works and innovative technology to enhance outcomes for people in need and the people who care for them
Innovation and technology upgrades for vital equipment and services
Therapy and trials of new models of care, clinical approaches and services
Bereavement support, spiritual and emotional support to people at their most difficult time of life and for their family and friends
Comprehensive and practical learning and development resources (available to the public)
Support for nurses, therapists, clinicians, volunteers and carers. We do this in partnership with the University of NSW