At Inclusee, we take pride in our collaborations and partnerships with a diverse range of Australian businesses, government organisations, and charities. These relationships play a vital role in helping us deliver high-quality, inclusive, and innovative programs tailored to the unique needs of older Australians.
By joining forces with organisations that share our vision and values, we can access a wealth of expertise and resources that enrich our offerings and expand our reach. Through these strategic partnerships, we strive to create a thriving community where older Australians can connect, learn and enjoy, while ensuring our programs are culturally-sensitive, inclusive, and aligned with best practices.
Together, we are committed to empowering older Australians and fostering meaningful connections that enhance their lives.
As a registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission, ACNC ensures accountability and transparency. Our partnership with ACNC aligns with Inclusee's commitment to maintaining the highest standards in serving older Australians. Click here for partnership website.
Burnie Brae is a not-for-profit community organisation that provides social support, health and wellness services to older Australians. We collaborate to offer our Inclusee programs, enriching lives and promoting social connection. Click here for partnership website.
Footprints is a non-profit organisation delivering services to people experiencing hardship. Together with Footprints, we aim to empower and connect older Australians through innovative digital programs and resources. Click here for partnership website.
This advocacy campaign combats ageism and promotes inclusion. We partner with Every Age Counts to ensure our programs align with their vision of creating an age-friendly Australia. Click here for partnership website.
The Queensland Ageing and Disability Institute supports older Australians and individuals with disabilities. Inclusee collaborates with QADI to deliver programs and resources that enhance the lives of older Australians. Click here for partnership website.
As the national peak body for volunteering, Volunteering Australia promotes and supports volunteerism. Inclusee partners with them to engage dedicated volunteers for our programs, fostering meaningful connections. Click here for partnership website.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Network promotes workplace equality and diversity. We collaborate to ensure our programs and practices align with inclusive principles, celebrating the diversity of older Australians. Click here for partnership website.
Communify offers support and resources to diverse communities. Inclusee partners with Communify to ensure our programs cater to the unique needs of older Australians from various backgrounds. Click here for partnership website.
We collaborate with the Department of Health & Aged Care to deliver programs that align with national aged care policies and standards, ensuring quality and accessible services for older Australians. Click here for partnership website.
This initiative supports over 65s to live independently in their own homes. Inclusee partners with Healthy at Home to provide digital resources that empower older Australians to lead fulfilling lives. Click here for partnership website.
The Greek Orthodox Community Care offers culturally-specific aged care services. Our partnership with GOC Care allows us to deliver tailored Inclusee programs that cater to the diverse needs of older Australians. Click here for partnership website.
We are proud to partner with Collins, Biggers & Paisley Lawyers, a respected law firm that supports Inclusee by providing corporate volunteers to help us achieve our mission. Click here for partnership website.
Membo is a digital communication tool for communities. We collaborate to integrate Membo Noticeboard into our programs, enhancing communication and engagement for participants and volunteers. Click here for partnership website.
This organisation supports and promotes volunteering. We partner with them to recruit skilled volunteers who contribute to the success of Inclusee programs, creating meaningful connections and positive experiences. Click here for partnership website.
We are proud members of Reconciliation Australia with an established Reconciliation Action Plan to foster understanding, unity and respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Our partnership ensures Inclusee programs are culturally-sensitive and inclusive. Click here for partnership website.
This non-profit organisation addresses loneliness and social isolation. We partner with Friends for Good to develop and deliver programs that foster connection and well-being for older Australians. Click here for partnership website.
This government initiative aims to improve digital literacy. We collaborate to offer programs that equip older Australians with essential digital skills, promoting connection and engagement in the digital world. Click here for partnership website.
ACON is an LGBTQ+ health organisation. We collaborate to ensure our programs are inclusive and sensitive to the unique needs of LGBTQ+ older persons, promoting a supportive and welcoming environment. Click here for partnership website.
Nbn® has a priority focus to digital inclusion and capability, to maximise the benefit of connectivity for all Australians. They look to enhance the lives of older Australians, the vulnerable, socially isolated and disadvantaged through their wide range of digital inclusion initiatives. Click here for partnership website.
The Friendship Alliance is a group of people from organisations large and small who are passionate about working on the issues of loneliness and social isolation. Inclusee is proud to be a member. Click here for partnership website.
Aveo is Australia's leading and most innovative retirement living provider, with 90 retirement villages across Australia. For over 30 years, they have been dedicated to delivering the best retirement living options. Click here for partnership website.
ACCPA is a leading organisation providing support and advocacy for aged and community care providers in Australia. ACCPA helps Inclusee excel as a trusted and sustainable community service provider. Click here for partnership website.
Are you a business or organisation looking to make a positive impact on the lives of older Australians? We'd love to collaborate with you!
Take the first step towards building a meaningful partnership with Inclusee by filling out our enquiry form below. Let's work together to create an inclusive, connected, and supportive community for older Australians.