PartnershipsCorporates, governments, industry bodies and communities achieve more in partnership. Let’s engineer a better world, together.
We know that by working together we can create sustainable impact, and we are dedicated to partnering with organisations that share our commitment to humanitarian engineering and engage in socially and environmentally responsible business practices.
We are actively looking for innovative collaborations with those that share our vision and who are prepared to boldly commit to leaving no one behind.
Aligning your company with EWB Australia sends a powerful and positive message to your employees, shareholders and customers about who you are, where your values lie and what you represent.
Benefits to our corporates
- Connections to the events, initiatives, students and professionals at local EWB Chapters
- Pro-bono and skilled volunteering opportunities
- Mentor and mentee relationships
- Professional development and immersives
- Corporate Fellowship positions on EWB Humanitarian Design Summits
- EWBs School Outreach program involvement
We partner with EWB because we can achieve more together, and our people can directly see the difference they can make to communities on-the-ground.
Through developing innovative technical and social solutions, using a strengths-based human-centered design approach.
Harnessing a movement of engineers who understand their responsibility to the global community and who are culturally sensitive to the environment in which they work.
For policy and systemic changes to support our work.
EWB Australia has a suite of meaningful and impactful partnership opportunities to advance your strategic CSR, SDG or RAP goals and can mobilise your workforce to increase employee engagement, retention and recruitment.
Opportunities are bespoke, meeting your organisation’s needs, and can be made up of sponsorship, philanthropic of in-kind support, with activities based on your strategic priorities.
Explore your partnership with EWB:
Gillian Bent, Grants & Partnerships Specialist