As a not for profit organisation, we rely on support from the community to help deliver our vital, free services.
GriefLine is committed to long-term, mutually-beneficial partnerships with local community groups, philanthropic organisations and businesses who share our vision of delivering counselling and support to individuals and families experiencing loss and grief.
Donations and partnerships enable us to ensure our financial stability and continue to deliver our services.
We can offer a diverse range of activities for business to engage with our work. This includes enhancing your profile by aligning with our brand, pro-bono work, helping to build staff motivation through volunteering and fundraising work, workplace giving and more.
With the increasing value placed on corporate social responsibility (CSR) by customers, employees and wider stakeholders alike, CSR is a key element for businesses in a highly competitive environment.
We will work with you to develop a positive community profile and create an emotional connection between your brand and your customers.
Raising funds for a specific, significant project is a great way to engage all stakeholders in your company’s philanthropic work – staff, customers, suppliers and community. A well-aligned project will boost your customer, employee and community engagement as more and more people look to support organisations that reflect their own values.
For further information about corporate or community partnership opportunities, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on (03) 9935 7444.
The contributions of trusts and foundations are vital to the success of our services and innovative initiatives. Our CEO will work closely with you to help you advance your philanthropic goals, and to help find funding options that most interest you.
What your gift can do:
Recognising your gift
In addition to keeping you informed about the impact your gift is making, we’d be pleased to recognise your generosity, and to discuss options with you. These could include: