We are thankful for the incredible group of partners who support our various campaigns and programs, enabling us to continue to invest in ground- breaking research and patient support at the PA Hospital Campus.
ALH Group are a market leader in hospitality, operating over 300 licensed venues across Australia.
As a long-standing partner, ALH Group have provided over a decade of support for the Foundation’s Project Pink campaign for breast cancer research. Each year their 130 Qld venues band together to raise funds for research to improve diagnostics and treatment options for women and men faced with this disease. With over $2.78 million raised through their efforts to date their support has been critical in funding projects including early stage clinical trials and the Metro South Breast Cancer Institute.
Australian Venue Co operate 160 unique and iconic hospitality venues Australia wide.
For over six years their venues have come together to champion the Foundation’s MANDATE campaign for Men’s Health which raises vital funds for solution focused Prostate Cancer research at the PA Hospital Campus - home to the Australian Prostate Cancer - Queensland. More than 1.2 million has been raised to date by Australian Venue Co venues championing the cause.
Aveo is Australia’s leading and most innovative senior living provider, with 94 communities across Australia.
Each October during National Breast Cancer Awareness month, residents and staff at their 94 communities raise funds for Project Pink through a variety of events and activities. The 2020 campaign saw them surpass $1 million in fundraising for Project Pink over the five years of the partnership.
Coca-Cola Amatil is one of the largest bottlers and distributors of non-alcoholic ready-to-drink beverages in the Asia pacific region and one of the world’s largest bottlers of The Coca-Cola Company’s range of products.
As the vending provider for beverages and snacks across the PA Hospital campus Coca-Cola Amatil supports the Foundation with a portion of product sales reinvested into research and patient support initiatives.
Port of Brisbane is one of Australia’s fastest growing container ports and Queensland’s largest cargo multi-cargo port.
With over a decade of support provided to the Foundation through their community partnerships program, Port of Brisbane are keen supporters of the Foundation’s annual Giving Day and Smiddy Fun Week which raises funds for Skin Cancer research at the PA Hospital campus.
Stellarossa is a Queensland café franchise. All cafes throughout Queensland are locally owned and operated and thrive by engaging with their local communities.
Stellarossa are a wonderful supporter of Project Pink, with their 23 cafes raising funds during October each year to support breast cancer research at the PA Hospital campus.
Originating in regional Queensland, Auswide Bank has operated for over 50 years offering an extensive range of finance and banking products. They play an active role in the communities they serve and have built a reputation around a true community banking philosophy.
Their loans referral program with patients and staff enables the Foundation to reinvest in a range of patient support initiatives.
Allianz Global Assistance is Australia’s leading provider of specialty insurance and assistance services.
Allianz has a long association with the Foundation and the partnership predominantly supports grant funding for skin cancer research through the UQ Dermatology Research Centre.
Network 10 assist in bringing our campaigns, research and other initiatives to the forefront and their support is invaluable in raising awareness and support for the Foundation’s activities.