Spirit of Community
Qantas has a commitment to strengthening the communities in which we operate by building relationships and partnerships that benefit all.
Qantas works hard to maintain its position as a responsible corporate citizen, an iconic Australian company and a major driver of economic activity. It does this by partnering with and engaging in the following organisations and initiatives:
The Australian Made, Australian Grown logo is administered by Australian Made Campaign Limited (AMCL); a not-for-profit public company established in 1999 by the Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the network of state and territory chambers of commerce, with the cooperation of the Federal Government.
AMCL is not a government body and does not receive government funding for its core operations, which are licensing companies to use the logo and promoting Australian products both in Australia and overseas.
Qantas is proud to carry the Australian Made logo.
e.motion21 is a non-profit organisation that provides an Australian-first, evidence based, innovative dance and fitness programs for children and young adults with Down syndrome. Through performance-based activities and community engagement, e.motion21 aims to enhance lives for people with Down syndrome and change perceptions of Down syndrome within society. Lauren Potter, best known for playing Becky on TV's 'Glee', arrived in Australia to co-host e.motion21's Annual Dance Spectacular. To officially welcome Lauren to Australia, Qantas and e.motion21 got together a surprise Glee-style stunt.
Make-A-Wish Australia is a national charity with over 1,100 volunteers across 57 branches. The key mission of Make-A-Wish Australia is to grant the wishes of children and young people with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.
Since Make-A-Wish began in Australia, more than 8,000 wishes have been granted to children in Australia. Wishes fall into four categories: to be…, to go…, to meet… and to have…
Qantas is proud to be Make-A-Wish Australia's Official Airline.
The Movember Foundation is a global men's health charity committed to changing the face of men's health. With an official presence in 21 countries, the Movember Foundation is committed to driving significant improvements for the prioritised men's health issues - prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health.
Significant steps have been taken toward achieving our goals but there is more to be done. Each of the causes we support remains in desperate need of further funding, and continue to be issues that many don't feel comfortable discussing openly. We're committed to continuing our work to raise vital funds, and much needed awareness, with the goal of having a real impact on the lives of men and their families in the future.
National Australia Day Council
The National Australia Day Council is the coordinating body for Australia Day celebrations across the nation and for the Australian of the Year Awards. The NADC heads up a network of eight state and territory Australia Day affiliate organisations and 780 local Australia Day committees.
Established in 1979, the vision was to make future Australia Day celebrations 'truly national and Australia-wide'. Today the Australian of the Year Awards recognise outstanding and inspirational Australians, who inspire us through their achievements and contributions. The four Award categories are:
- Australian of the Year
- Senior Australian of the Year (60 years and over)
- Young Australian of the Year (16 to 30 years)
- Australia's Local Hero
Qantas is the Official Airline for the Australian of the Year Awards program.
By placing foreign and local change in the Change for Good® envelopes on board Qantas flights, passengers have raised an astounding $28.5 million to support UNICEF's global health, child protection and education programs.
Recently Qantas passengers have participated in 5 Fund; a campaign focused on increasing the awareness amongst Qantas domestic travellers that just five cents can make a world of difference to children around the world.
Qantas and UNICEF would like to thank you for having an enduring impact on the lives of the world's most vulnerable children and their communities.Back to top
Women of the Future
The Australian Women's Weekly Qantas 'Women of the Future' Awards is a joint $150,000 scholarship fund recognising young female entrepreneurs, philanthropists, community workers, academics, scientists and business professionals. From all over the country, each winner showcases a project whose ultimate aim is to improve the lives of their fellow Australians. Qantas is proud to partner with The Australian Women's Weekly to invest in the futures of Australian women. Qantas is committed to supporting the achievements of women in our community and we congratulate the winners of this year's Women of the Future Awards.