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Corporate Support

If your business is in a position to give back to those in need, through corporate support you’re investing in the future of families and communities.


When you lead, good things follow

When socially responsible businesses and communities work together, the benefits can be felt for miles around. It’s not only about offering support to those in need, or developing a positive brand identity, but you also motivate and inspire your staff and customers – spreading positivity through your business and the community.

Donations, payroll deductions and gift matching are enormously important to keeping our essential services running. But even if you’re not in a position to give financially, you might be surprised at how many other ways businesses give back. Fundraising, cause-related marketing, volunteering, gifts in kind and pro-bono services each play vital roles in empowering individuals and communities.


Be a role model

By showing your support through corporate support, you join an impressive community of likeminded companies that care.

The a2 Milk Company ™

The a2 Milk CompanyAssisting families in need through a generous donation of infant formula.

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AMP Foundation

AMP FoundationVolunteering and financial support to the Red Shield Appeal.

Australian Executor Trustees

Australian Executor TrusteesSupporting The Salvation Army with regular major gifts and through the administration of charitable gift giving by their clients.

Carols in the Domain

Carols in the DomainHelping raise funds for the work of The Salvation Army.

Goldman Sachs

Goldman SachsSupporting the Salvos thorough its Community TeamWorks volunteering and workplace giving programs.

Jones Lang LaSalle

Red Shield Appeal supporter


KmartHelp The Salvation Army celebrate Christmas by placing your gift under a tree today at a Kmart store near you.

Kleenheat Gas

Kleenheat Gas logo Provide $5,000 every month, towards social welfare projects in regional Australia. Kleenheat Gas also fund The Night Outreach Service, providing a response to homelessness in Perth's CBD on weekend evenings.  

Lumo Energy

The Salvation Army Corporate Supporters | Lumo EnergyProud supporter of The Salvation Army's Utilities Assistance Program, which helps ease the difficulty some households experience in paying their engergy bills. 

Mary Kay

Mary KaySupporting The Salvation Army through the sale of Pink Eco Bags to help victims of domestic violence this Christmas.

McConnell Dowell

Assisting The Salvation Army to support disadvantaged youth and the homeless in Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia.

Melbourne Airport

Melbourne AirportFinancial support, Staff and passenger fundraising activities.

Myer's Spirit of Christmas CD

Myer's Spirit of Christmas CDHelping the Salvos through the sale of this fabulous CD since 1993.


RitchiesRaises funds for the Red Shield Appeal through the Community Benefit program.

Seven Network

Seven NetworkPromoting our Christmas Appeal during the Carols in the Domain broadcast.


Sharegift Sharegiftintermediates with individuals and organisations who want to donate their shares to assist our work.

Village Roadshow

Red Shield Appeal supporter

Westpac Banking

Westpac BankingPromoting and accepting donations for The Salvation Army Christmas Appeal.

Call 13 SALVOS (13 72 58) to find out how you can make a difference, or contact your nearest state representative.

Victoria: Jayne Campbell (03) 8878 2429
South Australia: Hugh Ballantyne (08) 8408 6976
Western Australia: Keira McConkey (08) 9260 9513
Tasmania: Brad Watson (03) 6228 8422
Northern Territory: Sarah Roberts (08) 8944 6005