BHP is the world’s largest mining company, operating predominantly across Australia and the Americas.
Since 2015, BHP has supported Save the Children’s work with some of the most at risk Aboriginal children in WA, through our Aboriginal Child and Family Well Being programs.
Since 2009, BHP employees have also made regular donations through their Workplace Giving program. This partnership supports our work in Australia and around the world. Find out more about BHP Billiton Limited.
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Woodside is an Australian oil and gas company with a global presence, recognised for its world-class capabilities – as an explorer, a developer, a producer and a supplier.
In 2014, Save the Children entered into an agreement with Woodside, to sponsor the design and building of a frame work for the delivery of the "Not In Our Town" Child and Family Wellbeing program in the Dampier Peninsula. This program is taking a holistic approach to addressing endemic community developmental issues, through Early Childhood Education (ECE), Parenting and Family Support, School Attendance and Success, Leadership and Capacity Building and Employment and Workforce Development. This "Collective Impact" initiative is the first of its kind in WA, and is at the cutting edge of Corporate Social Investment. Find out more here.
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Save the Children also supported Woodside’s move into social investment in Myanmar, through the Save the Children founded Myanmar Education Consortium.
As the region’s largest and longest-serving cruise operator, P&O Cruises is ensuring they and their passengers play a role in offering a brighter future for children and families in the Pacific.
Launched in 2013, the P&O Pacific Partnership is improving health and education services in the Pacific. With a simple but effective concept of $1 being added to each adult P&O passenger’s account, the partnership has generated over $1 million. This has funded the construction of two new Kindergartens and six new health clinics in Vanuatu, significantly enhancing the educational and health outcomes for thousands of children and families across Vanuatu. In some cases it can mean the difference between life and death, especially with neonatal care and the treatment of Malaria. P&O is also funding our Early Childhood and Maternal projects in Solomon Islands and PNG.
In addition to the P&O Pacific Partnership, almost $500,000 has been contributed from across the global Carnival group to Save the Children’s Emergency Appeals including Cyclones Winston, Pam and Haiyan.
Find out more about P&O here.
Insurance Australia Group (IAG)
IAG commenced their partnership with Save the Children in 2016 through $266,000 worth of funding for the development of an Emergency Preparedness Plan (EPP) App. Specifically designed to meet the needs of children within Australia, the project will involve the Department of Education and leading emergency agencies to consult school communities around key elements of disaster preparedness, raise awareness and develop an App which can be used by children to increase their survival of a disaster and their resilience after the event.
Find out more about IAG here.
Johnson & Johnson
Caring for the world one person at a time inspires and unites the people of Johnson & Johnson, bringing innovative ideas, products and services to advance the health and well-being of people.
Johnson & Johnson has been a long-time partner of Save the Children; a partnership anchored in on-the-ground programs around the world. Working together, in Uganda and Malawi we have trained birth attendants on neonatal resuscitation for newborns, saving countless newborns.
Locally J&J generously help to fund indigenous programs, focusing on school readiness and youth empowerment to inspire healthy development.
Find out more about J&J here.
The Westpac Group has supported Save the Children’s local programs since 1994. Westpac Foundation helps improve community wellbeing in the Pacific region and has granted a total of $250,000 for Save the Children’s youth and child protection programs in Papua New Guinea across a number of ears. In partnership, we have experienced incredible success with 100% of participants from Port Moresby either returning to school or starting employment as a result of the project.
Westpac employees contribute directly to Save the Children’s domestic projects via Workplace Giving, which is generously matched by the Westpac Group.
Find out more about Westpac here.
Our Community Partners make a positive and lasting impact on key issues affecting children through their ongoing commitment and support. For more information on becoming a valued Community Partner, please contact us on the details below.
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