Spirit of Community

Australian Made

Australian Made

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.

Beyond Blue

Beyond Blue

Right now, over 1 million Australian adults have depression and 2 million are experiencing anxiety. On average, 8 people take their lives every day in Australia. Depression, anxiety and suicide affects all of us - so beyondblue is equipping everyone in Australia with the knowledge and skills to protect their own mental health. They're giving people the confidence to support those around them, and making anxiety, depression and suicide part of everyday conversations. And as well as tackling stigma, prejudice and discrimination, beyondblue is breaking down the barriers that prevent people from speaking up and reaching out. beyondblue is here for everyone in Australia - at work, home, school, university, online, and in communities across the country.

Qantas is the official airline partner of beyondblue.



Founded in 1985, Chief Executive Women now represents more than 400 of Australia's most senior and distinguished women leaders, whose shared vision is Women Leaders Enabling Women Leaders.

They strive to educate and influence all levels of Australian business and government on the importance of gender balance. Through advocacy, targeted programs and scholarships, CEW works to remove the barriers to women's progression and ensure equal opportunity for prosperity. CEW's programs are informed by research, led by CEW members, and generously supported by our partners.

Qantas are the proud airline partner of Chief Executive Women.

At Qantas we value diversity of thought and experience and believe that our inclusive and collaborative culture contributes to our success. We are a diverse workforce that reflects contemporary, multicultural Australia. We celebrate and promote this diversity as a strength of our business.

Make-A-Wish Australia

Make-A-Wish Australia

Every day six families around Australia receive the devastating news that their child has a life threatening medical condition

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.

Qantas is the proud airline partner of Make-A-Wish. Last year, Qantas contributed to 150 wishes.

National Australia Day Council

Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children

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.

Qantas Ambassador Adam Goodes was the 2014 recipient of the Australian of the Year.

Royal Far West


Royal Far West (RFW) is a 92-year-old independent, charitable organisation that is dedicated to the care of rural children and their families so they can lead happy, healthy and productive lives. They exist to enable country kids to access the specialist health and wellbeing care they need to realise their full potential.

They are specialists in diagnosing and resolving health and developmental issues in children. Their Paediatric Development Program provides a unique multi-disciplinary integrated service to improve child health and developmental outcomes through early intervention, education and prevention at our site in Manly.

Their innovative Telecare programs deliver online therapy to children in isolated and remote locations, where there are workforce shortages or a complete lack of services. Their community programs see them working directly in rural and remote communities to help thousands of children and families in need.

Since 2014 RFW has serviced, via its technology‐enabled capability, more than 300 children from 11 schools in the Gladstone area. These services have been funded and delivered in partnership with the Gladstone Foundation, schools and local service providers to overcome local workforce shortages.

Early in 2016 a further 60 children in critical need of developmental health services were identified, stretching capacity.

Thanks to the generous support of the Qantas Foundation, at least 20 of those children will receive RFW Telecare services by the end of December 2016 to address their developmental needs through speech pathology and sensory and fine / gross motor skill assessments.

Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras

Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Logo

Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras is one of Australia's most famous and well-loved events, bringing thousands of visitors to Sydney to join in the celebrations. It captures the imagination of Australia's LGBTQI and mainstream communities. Qantas is proud to support the world-famous Parade; a colourful and dazzling night of pride, celebration and self-expression.

UNICEF Australia

UNICEF Australia

By placing foreign and local change in the Change for Good® envelopes on board Qantas flights, passengers have raised over $32 million over 24 years to support UNICEF's global health, child protection and education programs.

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.

Your spare change has:

  • protected as many as 10m children against diseases.
  • provided 19m children with educational materials.
  • helped save the lives of 140,000 malnourished children.