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Our Partners

Prevention Partnerships

We work with our flagship Prevention Partnerships over 3-5 years to pilot, scale up and evaluate innovative health prevention initiatives focused on reducing modifiable health risks like smoking, risky drinking and poor diet.

Health Smart Partners

Each year we support six new Health Smart partners focused on empowering youth and young adults to make smarter health choices.

Aboriginal Health Initiative

We’ve committed $1 million over four years from 2020 to help support 'closing the gap' in health and life expectancy outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities.

Community Partners

We support a range of community initiatives wthat contribute to the better health and wellbeing of the communities in which we live and work, including responding to emergencies and providing disaster relief.

Good Cause Grants

Our annual employee-led Good Cause Grants helps employees across the nib Group give back to the causes closest to them and live our nib value of making the world a better place.

Pitch for a Healthy Cause

In celebration of our 10th anniversary of giving, three Hunter-based charities pitched for their share in $100,000 in support of the health and wellbeing of the community.

COVID-19 Community Partners

To support the health and wellbeing of communities throughout Australia and New Zealand during COVID-19, we've donated $1 million to charitable initiatives with nib to provide both immediate support and ongoing assistance in the recovery from the pandemic.

Current Partners

No Money No Time

The team at University of Newcastle are helping young Aussies cut through the noise and debunk diet myths, with recipes, tools, advice and credible nutrition information to make healthy eating easy.

Hello Sunday Morning

As the largest online movement for alcohol behaviour change in the world, Hello Sunday Morning helps thousands of Australians to better manage drinking habits that are impacting their health.

Smiling Mind

With one in five Australians experiencing a mental health issue every year, Smiling Mind’s mindfulness app is helping people to take positive and proactive action to protect their mental health every day.

News and Events

May 12, 2022

[email protected] program in high demand among students at Universities across Australia

February 24, 2022

Meet the charities influencing the better health of our young people

February 14, 2022

Supporting Tonga, our Pacific neighbours

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