Partners and supporters

A number of partners and supporters have made the beyondblue National Roadshow possible. We would like to thank each and every one for their generosity – their support is helping us achieve an Australian community that understands depression and anxiety, and empowers all Australians, at any life stage, to seek help.

 

Major partner

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The Australian Community

We would like to thank the thousands of individuals and businesses from across Australia who have made donations or held fundraisers for beyondblue. The generous support of the Australian community is helping to make projects like the National Roadshow possible.
 

Community partner

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Medibank Community Fund

Everyone who works at Medibank is motivated by improving the health of all Australians. Medibank is committed to driving better health outcomes, improving patient experiences, increasing access to medical services, and keeping healthcare affordable. The Medibank Community Fund was established in 2010 to inspire people of all ages to live longer and in good health by staying mentally and physically active. One per cent of Medibank’s pre-tax profit is invested in initiatives that aim to safeguard and promote mental health, physical activity, healthy eating and community spirit. beyondblue is grateful to have the support of the Medibank Community Fund for its National Roadshow.

Gold partner

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Lend Lease

Lend Lease is a leading, fully integrated, international property and infrastructure group. With a strong focus on sustainability, Lend Lease is committed to a variety of community and social programs that make a positive contribution to the environment and society. beyondblue is grateful to have the support of Lend Lease for its National Roadshow.

Media partners

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The Project

It's the news – but not as you know it. The Project is a TV show joining in the conversations going on in living rooms around the country. beyondblue thanks The Project for coming on board as an official media partner for the National Roadshow and helping to encourage conversations about mental health.  

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ABC Local Radio

ABC Local Radio delivers local news, sport and weather as well as special feature stories that explore the events, places and people that make each region unique. With 54 location based sites nationally, beyondblue is grateful to have ABC Local Radio as an official media partner for the National Roadshow. 

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The Weekly Times

The voice of the country since 1989, The Weekly Times has the biggest circulation of any rural newspaper in Australia by a country mile. Delivering news, insightful commentary on local, state and national events, features, on-farm stories and business analysis, The Weekly Times has its finger firmly on the pulse of country life. beyondblue thanks The Weekly Times for coming on board as an official media partner for its Rural Field Days Roadshow in 2015.

State partner

 
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South Australia – WorkCoverSA


WorkCoverSA provides workplace injury insurance that protects South Australian businesses and their workers in the event of a work-related injury. This includes supporting workers with an injury by providing access to health and rehabilitation services to assist them to remain at, or return to work as soon as possible following an injury. The WorkCover Scheme can protect businesses from the cost of a work-related injury by paying the worker’s income, medical and associated bills throughout their recovery. beyondblue is grateful to have WorkCoverSA as the state partner for the beyondblue National Roadshow while it travels through South Australia.

Other supporters 

If you would like to find out more about becoming a National Roadshow partner, please email us



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