Our Supporters

On reflection of the work we have achieved and the people we have met along the way, it is clear that we have made a conscious effort to work with partners who are socially responsible & enthusiastic, engaged but not demanding,  helping us to make a real difference. 

Thank you to our major sponsors and key supporters for helping us make a real difference to the lives of children with rare diseases.


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Founding Corporate Partner of the Foundation.

Iconic residential property developer AVJennings is a proud partner of the Foundation and, as a company whose foundations are in creating communities, recognise the importance of lending a helping hand.

Through various fundraising initiatives such as the construction and sale of a home, sporting events, community days and workplace giving, AVJennings, its staff, suppliers and stakeholders contribute significantly to the Foundation, generating revenue for medication, treatment, specialised equipment and financial support for children and families who are affected by rare diseases.

Founding Corporate Partner of the Foundation.

"As a company, whose foundations are in the creation of communities, we feel it is important to have a strong sense of community within the company and our people. We are delighted with how many staff, suppliers and friends have raised their hands to help in the creation of the Renee Project." Peter Summers, CEO AVJennings

www.avjennings.com.au


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Official Steve Waugh Foundation Partner since 2013

World leading image company Canon has partnered with the Foundation to help us raise the profile of rare disease and share the stories of our 'Rare Stars'.

Since 2014, Canon Australia has been the major sponsor of 'Rare Stars Day', an event exclusive for the children we support and their families, giving them the opportunity to meet, share stories and form connections with each other and the people that support them. 

Canon and their staff participate in and raise additional funds as a team and through individual efforts such as ‘Walk to Work Day’, supporting Foundation events and promotions, and workplace giving - generating significant revenue to make a difference to the kids and families we help.

"Our partnership with the Steve Waugh Foundation has been incredibly rewarding for all of us in the Canon team. It's been a privilege to help shine a light on the Rare Stars that are the grant recipients and their families and contribute to a better future for them." Jason McLean, Director Canon Australia

www.canon.com.au