Giving back to the community

At HBF we’re committed to giving back to the community and finding ways to better the health of Australians.
Enriching the lives of our employees

Our people lend a hand through volunteer work and, often, reach into their own pockets to support causes that are close to their hearts.

Giving back to the community

We look for ways to improve the health of Australians through our Community Partnerships Program and local community grants.

Improving the health of Australians

We support initiatives that will make a tangible difference to the health of Australians.

HBF community initiatives

With more than 80 years’ experience we understand that we must be more than just a trusted health insurers for our members.
community-sponsorship Partnerships We partner with like-minded organisations to make a tangible difference to the health of Australians and will share our exciting new strategy soon.
give-back Community grants We support a wide range of local health causes each year and will share our new strategy soon.
workplace-volunteering Workplace Volunteering HBF employees roll up their sleeves and help a variety of not-for-profit organisations and health related causes.
workplace-giving Workplace Giving Empowering our employees to nominate local, charitable organisations to donate a portion of their wages to. Donations are matched dollar for dollar by HBF.
angels HBF Angels A dedicated team of HBF employees who organise and engage all HBF employees in fundraising events and donation drives for local charities across Western Australia.

Our contribution by the numbers

$10 mill
Amount raised by HBF Run for a Reason in 10 years for WA health charities
Donated to Telethon
Donated to local charities for programs and initiatives that benefit the health of West Australians
Donated to small local charities through Workplace Giving
Lives saved through blood and plasma donations
I received a life-saving blood transfusion after a severe car accident. I never thought I would need a blood transfusion but because of donors like those from HBF, I survived.
Teresa Kenny,
Red Cross blood donation recipient

What is the difference between the Community Partnerships & Grants?

Our Community Partnership awards significant funding (up to $300,000, over three years) to one recipient annually. We award multiple Community Grants (once-only funding up to $10,000) throughout the year.

What initiatives would qualify for Community Partnership Funding?

We are looking for opportunities to support and partner with initiatives that make a lasting and tangible positive difference to the health of Australians. Examples may include a technological advancement or a health-focused catalytic program that improves quality of life for Australians.

 What initiatives would qualify for Community Grants funding?

We support a range of initiatives, of all sizes that are making positive difference to the health of their local community. Funding surfing lessons for kids with autism to equipment for mobile ear testing clinic and a wheelchair friendly garden in regional areas are just some examples.