As a leader in the general insurance industry, Insurance Advisernet believes it’s important to take an active role in the local communities in which we operate. We have a long and proud history of supporting a range of community organisations and initiatives.
Reach encourages all young people, no matter what their circumstances, to believe they can achieve great things in life. Read the recent letter Reach sent to Insurance Advisernet.
Variety, the Children’s Charity is dedicated to empowering Australian children who are sick, disadvantaged or have special needs, helping them to live, laugh and learn.
World Vision works with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. Worldwide it helps to provide short-term and long-term assistance to 100 million people including 2.4 million children.
KidsXpress empowers children by providing a creative opportunity to identify, express, enjoy and enhance positive strategies for their lives.
Every day 3 million Australians live with depression or anxiety. Beyond Blue works to reduce the impacts in the community by raising awareness and understanding, empowering people to seek help, and supporting recovery, management and resilience.
Camp Quality believes laughter is the best medicine. In fact, every day it uses this motto to help build optimism and resilience for kids living with cancer, and their families.
At our 2011 conference, Glenn McGrath gave a wonderful presentation: “Jane’s dream was to ensure that every woman, man and family going through breast cancer in Australia had access to a Breast Care Nurse. At the moment we have signed off on 71 McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities throughout Australia, something we are very proud of but there is still much more to be done and your donation will certainly help in allowing us to achieve her dream. I'd like to thank you for thinking of us and making an effort to support the Foundation."
LIVIN uses fashion and the power of social media to get people talking about mental health disorders and suicide prevention.
Walking Wounded was established to assist in the psychological rehabilitation and recovery of returned Australian soldiers who are experiencing hardships after their time in service,with a key focus being to assist in the training and employment of returned service personnel into the civilian workforce.
Shake It Up Australia Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation established in 2011 and in partnership with The Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF) promotes and funds Parkinson’s disease research in Australia aimed at better treatments and ultimately a cure.
Coffs Harbour Pink Silks Perpetual Trust raises funds and awareness for Breast Cancer Research and Women’s Health in the Coffs Coast region of northern NSW. The Trust was originally established in 2007 as a one-day event in conjunction with the Coffs Harbour Racing Club. Today it coordinates multiple events throughout the year to help provide funding for breast cancer research and also improving the quality of life for local patients and their families.