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:
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.
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.
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.