The intersection of our stakeholders represents the three key strategies of shared giving, the giving of experiences and local giving.
Shared giving has both Hawaiian’s team and the partner organisations team leveraging our resources to produce greater outcomes.
Working with our various partners we seek to give experiences that are unique and inspire.
Local giving is focussed on providing funding to groups that can have a positive impact on the local communities in which our properties are located.
Youth Focus is privileged to hold a long-standing partnership with Hawaiian as the naming sponsor of its flagship fundraising event, the Hawaiian Ride for Youth. Hawaiian’s 16-year commitment has made a meaningful difference to Youth Focus, young Western Australians and the wider community.
In 2017/18, Youth Focus connected with more than 10,000 young Western Australians through its professional, evidence-based counselling and education services. These services not only reduce symptoms associated with suicide, depression, anxiety and self-harm, but also build long-term mental wellbeing and help young people reach their full potential. This would not have been possible without Hawaiian’s generous and genuine investment in the future of young Western Australians. Youth Focus looks forward to continuing a meaningful partnership with Hawaiian into the future.
The Perth Wildcats place a great importance on aligning with partners that share common values and goals. Partners that are highly reputable and professional in the way they go about their business and those who aspire for excellence in all they do. The Wildcats are also big on engaging, being part of and giving back to the Western Australian community. Hawaiian tick all those boxes for us and assist us greatly to achieve our community objectives. Their continued loyalty and support is invaluable to the Wildcats and we are very proud and grateful for their support.
Troy Georgiu , CEO
Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research
Hawaiian’s ongoing commitment to the wellbeing of the women of Western Australia through the Hawaiian Walk for Women’s Cancer is remarkable. The partnership helps connect passionate women and men with a brand that cares and a cause that affects a large number of families. One in every eight Australian women will be diagnosed with breast cancer and two of every three Australian women diagnosed with ovarian cancer will not survive. Drastically reducing these statistics is what drives us at the Perkins to make discoveries that keep families together longer.
Hawaiian’s unswerving support for the event and medical research at the Perkins coupled with the incredible efforts of the walkers make this event emotional, powerful and uplifting.
Professor Peter Leedman, Director
West Coast Eagles
The partnership between West Coast Eagles and Hawaiian provides both organisations the opportunity to give back to the communities in which they operate. Through the Community BBQ events at Hawaiian shopping centres across Perth, the Eagles have been able to share our brand and its most loved assets in players, Rick the Rock and Auzzie the Eagle with people who might not otherwise be able to connect with us. These marque events along with Hawaiian’s support through other community ventures helps the West Coast Eagles to continually meet its goal of reaching communities across Western Australia.
Trevor Nisbett , CEO