The corporate sector is a significant player in achieving our goal to end hunger and poverty by 2030. We are proud of our innovative, strategic partnerships with like-minded organisations who share our vision for a world free from hunger. Our corporate partners invest funds, expertise, skills, resources and networks to enable us to maximise our impact and effectiveness and to scale our work globally. We seek to ensure that our partnerships are purposeful and provide a valued benefit exchange that allows companies to align their organisation’s goals with our work.
The Hunger Project offers groundbreaking leadership training programs and workshops to engage and develop people and culture within organisations to realise the potential of management and staff. We love to develop creative partnership models that can invigorate and inspire your business and staff, provide them with more meaning in their work, and align them to a united purpose.
If you are interested in exploring what a partnership between your business and The Hunger Project could look like, please contact Tara Donnelly, Head of Communications & Partnerships on (02) 9222 9088 or email@example.com.
We are proud to partner with these innovative businesses that are committed to working with us to end hunger. Their contribution enables us to create significant impact globally, empowering people living in chronic hunger to break the poverty cycle and transform their lives. We would like to thank them for their vision, commitment and action towards our mission.
Business Chicks is an unstoppable force of 35,000 women – and men. It was created to bring like-minded souls together, usually at fabulous events, helping each member to shine brighter together. In partnership with Business Chicks, we’ve created leadership immersion programs to have women step up for something bigger and unleash their potential.View website >
Founded thirteen years ago in Sydney’s Bondi beach by designer and artist, Camilla Franks, CAMILLA has captured the imagination of the world with its vibrant and bespoke bohemian lifestyle offering. The CAMILLA wonderland has evolved to include women’s, men’s and children’s fashion, swim, accessories and home collections. CAMILLA has nineteen boutiques throughout Australia, a successful online business, works with an impressive list of Australian and International stockists and has plans to expand further globally.VIEW WEBSITE >
Commonwealth Bank Australia
We’ve partnered with Commonwealth Bank for 6 years and counting, with 60+ executives from their Corporate Financial Services division having gone through our immersion Programme in India to date and have become ‘Change Leaders’.View website >
Decjuba is effortless, edgy fashion that empowers women with confidence.VIEW WEBSITE >
Ernst & Young
Our pro bono auditors who play a key role in giving our financial statements that appear in our Annual Reports the all clear – keeping us transparent and accountable to you, our investors.View website >
Macquarie Group Foundation
The Macquarie Group Foundation is a generous investor in The Hunger Project’s work through their employee matching scheme. They also host our beautiful office space BULB, which is a brand new co-working space for social enterprises and non-profits.View website >
McKinsey & Company
In partnership with McKinsey & Company, we have designed, developed and implemented specific programmes for senior leadership teams, for example at Commonwealth Bank. The programmes are based on the lessons we’ve learned from our village partners – and are built to drive cultural and behavioural changes, and shift the mindsets of management and staff.View website >
Since 2014, we’ve been proud to partner with Australian beauty company MECCA Cosmetica. Like us, they believe in “achieving greatness through empowerment”.
Since coming on board, Mecca has created a special holiday gift set every Christmas and invested all of the proceeds in The Hunger Project’s work to empower women.
Mouthful Magazine is a monthly digital mag for the curious. With every annual subscription, they will give $5 to The Hunger Project – which means their subscribers in turn get to contribute to The Hunger Project, and empower people for the end of hunger.VIEW WEBSITE >
PwC is one of Australia’s leading professional services firms, bringing the power of their global network of firms to help Australian businesses, not-for-profit organisations and governments assess their performance and improve the way they work.View website >
This is the first collaboration by The Hunger Project Australia in New Zealand, and together with Sovereign we have developed a cultural leadership programme for the company, that kicked off with an immersion Programme in 2015.View website >
Pro bono partners
As public relations partner to some of the biggest global and ambitious local brands, DEC PR delivers a full suite of strategic communications and engagement services. Influence sits at the heart of their creative thinking and planning. They harness influence to help clients grow, engage, motivate and entertain.View website >
L & A specialise in social media strategy and implementation, helping companies and organisations of all sizes effectively market their business – to grow their brand, community and revenue.View website >
Labelium’s team of digital consultants are equipped with solid experience in the realm of online marketing and strategic consulting. Labelium develop online marketing strategies for their clients globally, integrating services from SEO, SEM, YouTube, Social Networks and Web Analytics to increase website traffic, drive sales or improve the overall effectiveness of the site.VIEW WEBSITE >
McCann is Australia’s top ranked creative agency – and in the top 6 worldwide. Plus, they’re the brains behind the most awarded campaign in Cannes history.View website >
Vamp partnered with The Hunger Project Australia to promote Unleashed Women and A Table To End Hunger through their influencer marketing platform.View website >