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The Pink Elephants Support Network

Our Partners

We are privileged to work in partnership with the following organisations to help us raise awareness, expand our support and broaden our reach within the community.


City Fertility  

City Fertility is committed to excellence in reproductive medicine, research, and exceptional patient care. City Fertility's partnership with Pink Elephants underscores their commitment to supporting individuals throughout their fertility journey, and we are excited to work together to make a positive impact. Together, we aim to foster a community where everyone affected by miscarriage feels supported and understood.

City Fertility's dedication to comprehensive support extends beyond patient care with their new complimentary Fertility Benefits Program, designed to help workplaces enhance their staff's health and well-being. By integrating this program into the workplace, employers can ensure that their employees receive the assistance they need during their fertility journey, promoting a healthier, more supportive work environment.


Genea

We have always recognised the relationship between miscarriage and infertility and as such, are thrilled to be partnering with leading fertility specialists Genea to support both couples and healthcare professionals in the treatment of both these conditions.

A selection of our Emotional Support Resources are now available in all Genea clinics across Australia and we are currently working on some exciting projects together to extend our reach to many many more women and couples who need it!


Health Direct

We are privileged to be partnered with Health direct Australia in their mission to ensure that all Australians have access to trusted information, services and advice. This partnership reflects a shared vision between Pink Elephants and health direct to empower the Australian community to manage their own health and wellbeing.

By partnering with health direct, we are able to increase our reach and give more women and couples experiencing early miscarriage and pregnancy loss, the opportunity to access our information and connect with us.


Tonic Health Media

Tonic Health Media is Australia’s leading health and wellbeing network, reaching 16 million people per month. Their mulit-channel network of TV, digital panels and brochure boards are featured in 5,300+ GP practices, hospital, pharmacies and health centre waiting areas across Australia.

Tonic also owns mydr.com.au which has over 2 million visitors each month, searching over 5,500 pages of medical and wellbeing content.

This important partnership will help us reach women and couples who need our support when experiencing miscarriage.


QBE

At QBE, our purpose is to give people the confidence to achieve their ambitions. This extends to our own people, who are at the heart of what we do.

We recognise that becoming a parent is a significant milestone, and our commitment to being a family friendly employer enables our people to thrive and integrate career and family through our inclusive policies, practices and culture. The wellbeing of our people is our priority, and with 1 in 4 pregnancies ending in miscarriage, we are proud to partner with Pink Elephants to provide the support, tools and resources for our people and their partners during this difficult time of loss and grieving. 

Tanarra Philanthropic Advisors

Tanarra Philanthropic Advisors is a national probono advisory service helping progressive charities and social purpose organisations achieve maximum potential for the sector they serve. It was founded by investment banker and philanthropist John Wylie AM in response to a gap in NFP access to high level business and strategic advice, the kind usually only available to the corporate sector. The organisation is known for posing the tough questions then delivering practical, actionable and impartial advice to improve effectiveness.

Tanarra Philanthropic Advisors is supporting the Pink Elephants Support Network for a number of reasons.  Firstly the cause of early pregnancy loss resonates with us and the organisation fills a distinct space as Australia’s only national charity solely dedicated to supporting those impacted by miscarriage. Secondly the leadership and board impressed us and continues to demonstrate their strengths by rolling up their sleeves and doing the hard yards.  Finally, our skill-set and their needs are a good match. We can see that our work could have a lasting impact without ongoing dependency.

The Leave for Loss Campaign – introduction of legislated bereavement leave (2 days) to support women who suffer miscarriage and their partners, is one simple but important way employers can recognise the trauma, stress and grief experienced at the loss of a baby.  


Dandolo Partners

dandolopartners is a specialist public policy management consultancy. We work for organisations in and around government across Australia. We've a nearly twenty-year history of providing high quality, evidence based and nonpartisan advice.

It was our pleasure to offer pro bono support to Pink Elephants' Leave for Loss campaign for bereavement leave to recognise grief for early pregnancy loss. Early pregnancy loss is a tough and confronting reality for many Australians each year. It isn't talked about openly and frequently enough, and deserves to be more a part of public policy conversations too.

We were pleased that we could offer Pink Elephants analytically driven advice on the potential cost of introducing two days of bereavement leave for early pregnancy loss. It's important to acknowledge that a policy like this has a cost, but also to know that it is modest. We used our expertise in working through unstructured problems, combining data, logic and clear assumptions to provide an estimate of cost and we're confident this will serve Pink Elephants well in supporting its campaign.



3P Studio

With more than 20 years experience, 3P STUDIO crafts creative projects and campaigns from pre-production and offline through to finishing and delivery.

We are extremely proud to be supporting Pink Elephants with the production of content and explainer infographics to support their mission and enable Pink Elephants to reach more who need and deserve their support.



FlowBuilders

FlowBuilders is a Salesforce consulting partner, helping Pink Elephants make the most of technology to achieve its mission.

With certified Salesforce experts and experience across industries, FlowBuilders partners with organisations of all sizes to increase their impact – on their customers, their people and their community.

We are incredibly grateful to FlowBuilders for their belief in what we do and their willingness and generosity to help us achieve it.



SEC Newgate

SEC Newgate is Australia’s largest full-service strategic communications firm for complex issues. Pink Elephants has the privilege of working with SEC Newgate to navigate government communications and interactions. 


MinterEllison

MinterEllison is one of Australia's largest law firms, with nearly 200 years of business history. They're known for their legal and consulting expertise — and for our inclusive culture and authentic character. Pink Elephant's receives impeccable pro-bono legal advice as well as additional support where required.  

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