Creating a better Australia starts with health and wellbeing. We partner with a range of community organisations focused on improving health and mental wellbeing outcomes, particularly among young people.
Our partners include the
Murdoch Children’s Research Institute – Australia's largest child health research institute; the
Starlight Foundation – which provides social and emotional support for sick children; and Ronald
McDonald House Charities – supporting the needs of seriously ill children and their families.
Our mental wellbeing partners include Raise Foundation - the youth mentoring organisation; Reach Out – Australia's most accessed online mental health service for young people and their parents; and R U OK? - a suicide prevention charity encouraging all of us to notice the signs of mental health struggle in friends, family, and colleagues.
Our community partnerships have been developed based on the use of our platforms and reach, primarily through the provision of community service airtime, the skills and creative talents of our people, and using talent as ambassadors. This support is highly valued by our community partners and supports their goals measured via donations, recruitment, and website traffic.
For the 12 months ended December 31, 2021, Foxtel Group Community Service Announcement airtime value reached $11.94 million on Foxtel and Kayo.