In the community

How we're involved

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Volunteer

We're proud to deliver volunteering programs to our employees, members and customers who want to help improve the wellbeing of people in their communities. Read more

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Partnerships

Our partnerships are an important part of our community. We are proud to align ourselves with some of Australia’s most talented people and organisations. Read more

Aboriginal art work

Reconciliation Action Plan

In 2016, Australian Unity launched its Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) to affirm its commitment to build strong and respectful relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and businesses. Read more

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Financial Inclusion Action Plan

In 2018, we launched our Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP) with the goal of improving the financial wellbeing of the three million Australians experiencing financial hardship. Read more

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Our foundation

Australian Unity contributes a percentage of profits to the Foundation annually and since its inception we have granted over $1.9 million dollars enabling more than 70 community organisation to deliver and grow their impact. Read more

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Australia Day

Australian Unity contributes a percentage of profits to the Foundation annually and since its inception we have granted over $1.9 million dollars enabling more than 70 community organisation to deliver and grow their impact. Read more

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Support for CALD seniors

The Community participation for Seniors from Emerging Communities Project has helped build awareness of the Victorian Seniors Card and other relevant senior social supports to tackle social isolation from Victoria’s Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities. Read more