Our Supporters

The Young People In Nursing Homes National Alliance would like to thank all our supporters, whether through funds or gifts in-kind, for helping to make a big difference to so many lives.

KereKere-South

KereKere is a coffee vendor that gives to its community without expectation and provides employment for young people facing barriers to finding work. KereKere invites customers to help in the distribution of monthly $1000 donations to initiatives that promote community wellbeing. Each time a customer makes a purchase they select to support one of four Cause Categories – Environmental, Cultural, Social or Health.

KereKere also takes on two young people facing barriers to finding work each year, training them in ‘the art of coffee making’ and the KereKere ethos of inclusiveness and generosity.

 

 

Watermark

Watermark is a firm of patent and trade marks attorneys and IP lawyers bringing Fresh Thinking to the management of our clients IP. Our firm’s values and our corporate social responsibility policy encourage our staff to participate in programs where they can use their expertise to contribute to our community.

We’ve supported YPINH by providing legal advice on the registration of various trade marks and by filing and prosecuting trade marks through to registration. We’re proud to help strengthen the brand of a truly worthwhile organisation.

 

 

Maurice Blackburn

At Maurice Blackburn we believe that by establishing effective community partnerships and participating in meaningful proactive projects that utilise the skills and passion of our people, it is a great way to demonstrate our firm’s community spirit and how living our values can make a sustainable difference to people who are disadvantaged.

In support of MB’s social policy in assisting a charitable organisation, staff in Sydney have made themselves available to offer ‘hands on’ assistance to YPINH to help expand their capacity, effectiveness and awareness of the critical issues facing young people living in retirement homes.

 

 

The Anti-Football League

The Anti-Football League is raising money to help furnish a purpose built supported accommodation setting in the community that will enable 10 young people to move out of residential aged care in Victoria.

The Anti-Football League supports the initiatives of the YPINH National Alliance.

 

 

Elite Communications

Established by Elizabeth Massey, Deidre Kennedy, Joanna Hansen and Lauren Murray, event management company Elite Communications donated the proceeds of a film night to YPINH. Held at the Como Cinemas South Yarra, over 200 patrons enjoyed sandwiches and champagne before watching a screening of award winning film, Paris Je T’Aime.