Stockland works with national community partners who share our desire to improve the health, wellbeing and education opportunities in communities across Australia.
Stockland and Bowls Australia work together to encourage our retirement village residents to participate in social and competitive lawn bowls, coaching clinics, and free health and wellbeing seminars.
Previously known as Stockland Community Grants, the Stockland CARE Grants program provides grants to local organisations who help to shape thriving communities in the areas of health, education, connection and positively contribute to the local environment in and around Stockland retail town centres, residential communities and retirement living villages.
Conservation Volunteers Australia is one of Stockland’s key volunteering partners, providing opportunities for Stockland employees and teams to work on conservation projects and contributing to local biodiversity and the conservation of native plants.
Good2Give are our Workplace Giving and Community Grants validation provider, helping us to manage Stockland matched employee donations to charity and complete due diligence processes in the Stockland Community Grants Program.
We work with the Heart Foundation to provide healthy and active living activities for the communities in which we operate. Heart Foundation Walking Groups operate weekly in many of our shopping centres and retirement living villages around Australia.
Jamie's Ministry of Food Australia aims to educate people on positive long lasting eating habits, empower the community to make informed decisions on healthy eating and inspire individuals to get cooking. Stockland Wetherill Park is home to a Jamie’s Ministry of Food Kitchen and we have welcomed the Mobile Kitchens to our shopping centres and communities in Queensland and Victoria.
Live Life Get Active is a social enterprise with a mission to increase the health and wellbeing of all Australians. Live Life Get Active coordinate free community fitness camps at Stockland parks for all ages and fitness abilities. They also support our community members with nutrition plans, tailored for their specific needs.
ReachOut is a free, anonymous and available 24/7 service for any young person who needs support with their mental health and wellbeing. Offering practical tools and information to help young people be well and stay well, connect and share in a safe place and seek professional help if required.
Redkite provides essential support to children, teenagers and young adults with cancer to ensure the best possible quality of life for them and their family. The Stockland CARE Foundation partners with Redkite to provide financial and in-kind support to help 40 families across Australian through their cancer journey each year.
R U OK? is a public education charity whose vision is a world where we're all connected and are protected from suicide. The R U OK? mission is to inspire and empower everyone to meaningfully connect with people around them and support anyone struggling with life.
The National Theatre for Children on behalf of Stockland deliver free educational programs into schools all across Australia to teach, entertain and inspire future generations to make our world an even better place.
NTC programs feature live theatre presentations along with digital games, student workbooks, graphic novels and teacher guides focusing on conservation and sustainable living.
The Big Issue runs social enterprises that create work opportunities for people who are unable to access mainstream jobs. Through our volunteering partnership, Stockland employees participate in team building and leadership opportunities that connect our people with The Big Issue’s program participants.