Guide to Giving
MEDIA, JOBS & RESOURCES FOR THE COMMON GOOD

Medibank

Address

Medibank Place, 720 Bourke St,

Docklands  Vic  3008

Phone : 134 190


Contact

Email : Medibank_cf@medibank.com.au

Website : Medibank.com.au

Medibank is Australia’s leading private health insurer, providing private health insurance through our Medibank and ahm brands, and complementary health services.

At Medibank we are motivated by improving the health of all Australians and the health of our members. We are passionate about building a better health system that is centred on people, and sustainable in the long term.

Leadership Team

Medibank’s Chief Operating Officer and Acting Chief Executive Officer is David Koczkar.  David is part of an Executive Committee made up of five senior executives.

More information about Medibank’s leadership team can be found at: https://www.medibank.com.au/about/company/board/

Employee Giving

Medibank supports a ‘culture of giving’ that contributes to the health and wellbeing of our people and the communities we support.

Medibank matches donations up to $100 per employee annually as part of our Workplace Giving Program

Partnerships

Medibank is committed to tackling the growth of childhood obesity at a national level. This chronic problem affecting one in four Australian children from all backgrounds brings with it a range of serious long-term problems for the community and the health sector.  We are working to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for the next generation of Australians.

Our partnership with the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation along with our Community and Indigenous Grants and investments in health research are shaped by this core commitment, and we seek to connect our people with the causes that are close to their hearts through our volunteering and giving programs.

Find out more about Medibank’s approach to community at: https://www.medibank.com.au/about/corporate-responsibility/community-fund/

Environment

At Medibank, we understand that the health of the environment has an impact on the health of the community.

We are determined to reduce our own carbon footprint by measuring and reducing our carbon usage, while choosing to work with and support organisations that share our commitment.

We will continue to partner with and promote initiatives that actively support a healthy environment such as 202020 Vision, an initiative that since its inception in 2013, has been working to achieve a 20% increase in green space in urban areas by 2020.

Moved To Make A Difference

Corporate Social Responsibility

Medibank Community Fund - what we do

Corporate Social Responsibility

Thursday, 31st August 2017

Rape and Domestic Violence Services Australia (RDVSA) has withdrawn from the 1800RESPECT Trauma Counselling Service over sub-contract…Read More

Wednesday, 12th March 2014

Measurement remains a significant challenge for corporations looking to assess the impact of their community investments, an Australian…Read More

Wednesday, 10th July 2013

Businesses demonstrating excellence in innovation, sustainability and community contribution were recognised at the 2013 Australian…Read More

About Us

Medibank is Australia’s leading private health insurer, providing private health insurance through our Medibank and ahm brands, and complementary health services.

At Medibank we are motivated by improving the health of all Australians and the health of our members. We are passionate about building a better health system that is centred on people, and sustainable in the long term.

Leadership Team

Medibank’s Chief Operating Officer and Acting Chief Executive Officer is David Koczkar.  David is part of an Executive Committee made up of five senior executives.

More information about Medibank’s leadership team can be found at: https://www.medibank.com.au/about/company/board/

Community

Employee Giving

Medibank supports a ‘culture of giving’ that contributes to the health and wellbeing of our people and the communities we support.

Medibank matches donations up to $100 per employee annually as part of our Workplace Giving Program

Partnerships

Medibank is committed to tackling the growth of childhood obesity at a national level. This chronic problem affecting one in four Australian children from all backgrounds brings with it a range of serious long-term problems for the community and the health sector.  We are working to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for the next generation of Australians.

Our partnership with the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation along with our Community and Indigenous Grants and investments in health research are shaped by this core commitment, and we seek to connect our people with the causes that are close to their hearts through our volunteering and giving programs.

Find out more about Medibank’s approach to community at: https://www.medibank.com.au/about/corporate-responsibility/community-fund/

Sustainability

Environment

At Medibank, we understand that the health of the environment has an impact on the health of the community.

We are determined to reduce our own carbon footprint by measuring and reducing our carbon usage, while choosing to work with and support organisations that share our commitment.

We will continue to partner with and promote initiatives that actively support a healthy environment such as 202020 Vision, an initiative that since its inception in 2013, has been working to achieve a 20% increase in green space in urban areas by 2020.

News & Media

Moved To Make A Difference

Corporate Social Responsibility

Medibank Community Fund - what we do

Corporate Social Responsibility

News

Thursday, 31st August 2017

Rape and Domestic Violence Services Australia (RDVSA) has withdrawn from the 1800RESPECT Trauma Counselling Service over sub-contract…Read More

Wednesday, 12th March 2014

Measurement remains a significant challenge for corporations looking to assess the impact of their community investments, an Australian…Read More

Wednesday, 10th July 2013

Businesses demonstrating excellence in innovation, sustainability and community contribution were recognised at the 2013 Australian…Read More

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