Become a corporate partner

Partnering with Children’s Cancer Institute will be one of the best investments you will ever make.

Brickworks has been working with Children’s Cancer Institute for many years; and we are committed to the work they do.

corporate partners

We have a proven track record working with long-term corporate partners to shape better outcomes for children with cancer.  We will work with you to tailor a mutually beneficial relationship by understanding how your company operates, your key objectives and the areas you’re trying to enhance.

To develop the best outcomes for our corporate partners, we focus on four key areas:

Team engagement

Connect your staff with our work by helping us find cures and better treatments for childhood cancer. This delivers team building, staff pride and increased morale.

Our partnership with Electrolux showcases employee engagement. We are piloting a reciprocal mentoring program using both organisation’s core strengths: Electrolux’s high-performance teams and the Institute’s innovative solutions to complex problems.

Our partnership is designed to achieve the best possible outcomes by investing our funds in research equipment and programs.


Brand enhancement 

Activities such as cause-related marketing and ‘giving’ campaigns will differentiate your brand by aligning with a cause your customers and clients can be passionate about.


Danny Singh

Danny Singh

General Manager, AMC Commercial Cleaning

"It’s beneficial to show our existing and future customers that we’re in line with a reputable charity; a charity that’s actually doing something."

As the son of a breast cancer survivor and the father of two children, AMC Commercial Cleaning’s General Manager, Danny Singh, felt Children’s Cancer Institute was a cause that “ticked all the boxes” as a community partner for his company.

AMC are the Institute’s cleaning suppliers. The relationship progressed in 2013 when the company generously agreed to sponsor Diamond Ball – and they have now been the event’s official theming sponsor for the last two years.

AMC also provided their cleaning services for the Institute’s Build for a Cure campaign in 2014, ensuring the house shone from top to bottom during inspections and for the auction, ultimately helping raise $783,000 for childhood cancer research. For the month of September this year, 1% of all AMC’s revenue was donated to the Institute.

“We want to show our staff that we care about the wider community, which is why we continue to actively support a wide variety of causes,” says Danny. “Supporting Children’s Cancer Institute has been rewarding for the AMC team; there’s a sense of pride among our staff for supporting such a great cause.

“It’s also beneficial to show our existing and future customers that we’re in line with a reputable charity; a charity that’s actually doing something.

“One of the best parts of our relationship with the Institute is knowing we’re helping put an end to childhood cancer.”

Business networking

Business networking provides the platform for your business to work with our corporate partners or with your own business customers and clients on particular projects or activities. These opportunities provide a platform for exciting and innovative collaboration, as well as showcasing your businesses' commitment to helping to cure childhood cancer.

When two senior executives from Brickworks decided to shave their heads for the Institute, they not only raised a whopping $62,000, but were able to reach out to their supplier base to build even stronger and more enriched relationships with them.

In-kind support

Support our work through the donation of in-kind goods or pro bono services we would otherwise need to purchase at market rates.

Clayton Utz has a leading pro-bono practice and has generously provided Children’s Cancer Institute with more than 5,500 hours of free legal advice and representation over the past 23 years.

Clayton Utz is proud to support Children’s Cancer Institute in carrying out their important work towards finding a cure for childhood cancer.