Partnerships play a vital role in helping ACCF prevent cervical cancer.
Our partners provide vital funds for vaccination and screening programs overseas and education and support programs in Australia. Support is received in many ways such as Sponsorship Funds, Cause-Related Marketing, Pro Bono Work, Payroll Giving, Gifts in Kind, Skilled Volunteering, Media Support as well as joining us on VolunTOURing Expeditions overseas and much more.
Cause-Related Product Marketing
For companies who wish to align their business objectives and the direct sale of their products or services to raise funds for ACCF, the process is very simple.
Cause related marketing allows companies to uniquely position their products in the market to achieve product differentiation and increase sales. A CRM campaign with ACCF can provide:
- A valuable marketing opportunity to develop a unique selling proposition
- An opportunity to acquire new customers through customers’ affiliation with women’s health
Workplace and Matched Giving
Employees can make regular, pre-tax contributions to support ACCF through workplace giving – one of the most effective ways to give.
Setting up workplace giving is an easy, low cost and administratively simple way for your company to demonstrate its commitment to cervical cancer prevention.
For further information, visit our Workplace Giving page.
Matched Giving means employers may match their staff’s contributions. Every dollar donated comes from pre-tax income, so it’s a win-win. Effectively, employees’ contributions are doubled! And it’s a great incentive for participation.
Benefits of workplace and matched giving:
- Enhanced employee morale through team work
- Put corporate social responsibility values into action
- Requires minimal work from payroll and is easy to set up
Staff engagement and volunteering is a great way for companies to actively demonstrate a commitment to both staff and to the community.
Staff engagement allows employees to fundraise or get involved with charitable activities within their workplace. There are a number of fun and engaging events to build team morale and create a great workplace environment with ACCF.
ACCF has a dedicated Volunteer Coordinator who will work with you to meet your needs and that of your staff. Read more.
If you would like to become a corporate partner of the ACCF:
For partnerships, cause-related product marketing, staff engagement, volunteering and pro bono work, please email us at email@example.com. For workplace and matched giving, visit our page for more information.
To learn more about sponsorship and engagement with ACCF please enquire at 1300 760 363.
With thanks to the following Corporate Partners:
Hyundai Help for Kids is an initiative created to deliver assistance to children and their families. Its aim is to support the youth of Australia is shared by ACCF and they are proud to help deliver our Cervical Cancer Awareness Program to over 100 schools. Hyundai Help for Kids is a significant contributor of the Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation and we are so thankful for their support.
ORANGE GEM SPONSORS
ACCF would like to thank SDWM Advertising and Design Agency for their support in working with us to refresh our brand to make it more bold, brave and visible. SDWM offered their skills and time to ACCF to give our look and feel a fresh facelift. The team at SDWM worked hard to bring our brand to life-giving ACCF new bold energy so that we can connect with our audience in a way that we haven’t done before.
Laverty Pathology is a proud sponsor of ACCF’s work against cervical cancer. Laverty operates a comprehensive medical laboratory and pathology practice aimed at delivering better information to their patients. They are committed to the well-being of patients in NSW and ACT, where they are currently practising, and ACCF is excited to work with them.
RUBY RED SPONSORS
ACCF is delighted to welcome NeuroPower as a corporate supporter. The ACCF team took part in the NeuroPower Accelerated Teaming Program, a wonderful three-day program that has helped us to define how our team can work to its full potential, thereby helping ACCF achieve its vision and implement its goals. Many thanks to Peter Burow and the NeuroPower team for giving ACCF staff the opportunity of a lifetime.
ACCF would like to thank Biggs Fitzgerald Pike Solicitors for their contributions to our charity. Biggs Fitzgerald Pike Solicitors have over 30 years experience and are located in Chermside.
The June Kanavan Foundation, was established in 2010 to honour the life of Doctor June Kanavan and to further her humanitarian ethos. ACCF are honoured and ecstatic to be the recipients of a grant to support vaccines in Bhutan and an indigenous education program. Thank you very much June Canavan Foundation.
Fund a Dream is a home loan information provider set up to raise funds for Australian charities. They have raised $27,559 so far for charities like Guide Dogs Australia, Childhood Cancer Support and Save the Children Australia. Fund a Dream connects you directly to your selected lender/s and if you choose to take an eligible home loan product, they will donate half of the referral fee they receive to the charity of your choice. ACCF is excited to have signed on as a charity partner with Fund a Dream so if you’re looking for a home loan, check out Fund a Dream and be sure to choose ACCF as your charity of choice when using their services.
Energy Locals is a social enterprise offering Australia’s fairest energy, with over half the profit put into communities and new, local renewable energy. Sign up to receive energy that is great value, simply priced and Energy Locals have promised to never increase their prices for profit. To top it off, if you sign up you will be supporting ACCF!
Australian Ethical: a positive, sustainable approach to superannuation. They are committed to making investments in companies that are aligned with ethical values and avoid investing in those that do not. Australian Ethical has provided a generous grant to help fund ACCF’s Vaccination program in Kiribati.
Zonta Brisbane Breakfast Club meets each month to help support a project across 4 service categories – Women in Crisis, Women in Transition, High Achieving Women and Women in Context. Currently our club supports 2 major projects for sponsorship and support. ACCF thanks the Zonta club for supporting the Cervical Health Information Line.
Tour de Cure is about riding to raise awareness and funds to cure cancer for all. Since 2007, Tour de Cure riders, volunteers, support crew, corporate sponsors and other supporters have raised in excess of $25 million and funded over 252 cancer research, support and prevention projects, leading to 18 cancer breakthroughs. Tour de Cure will be helping to fund the appointment of a CerviCAN Support Program Officer.
The John Villiers Trust is funding a Cervical Cancer Awareness Program for Schools Coordinator in North Queensland for a 12 month period. ACCF is extremely grateful to The John Villers Trust for allowing us to expand this important program. The John Villiers Trust awards grants to charities which support Queensland communities and encourage the participation in projects that will enrich lives and strengthen social spirit.
Thanks to the funding provided by Perpetual Foundation – The Ann Helene Toakley Charitable Endowment, ACCF have implemented and facilitated cervical screening, treatment and research programs in Vietnam with the cooperation of our partners; the Thai Binh Medical University, the Research Centre for Rural Population and Health and the Institute for Reproductive and Family Health.
100 Women is driven by a passionate group of talented women enabling everyday people to be involved in creating a world where all women and girls can live safely with access to health, education and economic freedom. Thanks to the generous support of 100 Women ACCF can continue to provide cervical screening, research and treatment programs to women in rural areas of Vietnam. With 100 Women’s help ACCF have commenced Phase 2 of the cervical screening program, delivering services to 26 new communities in the Hau Giang Province (in the Mekong Delta region in southern Vietnam). The program aims to enhance awareness and practices of cervical cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment with a goal of screening over 5,000 women.
ACCF has been Information Partner of Healthshare since 2012. Healthshare is Australia’s leading digital health platform, empowering Australians to make better health choices by connecting people with local, credible and relevant health practitioners, products and health information.
Healthdirect Australia is a national, government-owned, not-for-profit organisation. They have been helping Australians manage their health and wellbeing for over a decade through a range of different information and advice services. ACCF has been an Information Partner of Healthdirect since 2016.
Here’s what some of our sponsors have to say about our cause:
Managing Director MDN Consulting Pty Ltd
I’m proud to support ACCF in their work. Too many lives are lost to cervical cancer in developing countries. ACCF is actually doing something about it on the ground, they have limited resources and there’s a huge need out there. It’s inspiring to see a group of people committed to changing that and my company is committed to doing what we can to help too. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
from AQUILA CREATIVE Pty Ltd
I’ve been able to help ACCF by rebranding their image. I’m hoping that a bright, fresh image will help them get their message across and get them noticed. ACCF is working to save the lives of many women in developing countries and by re-branding them I feel in a small way that I’m helping too. Contact: email@example.com
Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation thanks Metroplex Management Pty Ltd for their generous support which enabled production of our Corporate Snapshot video.