Corporate Partnership

The Institute has a strong history of corporate support – click here to see. Australian businesses are becoming more aware of the impact of mental illness on the workplace. By partnering with the Schizophrenia Research Institute, our corporate partners get the opportunity to educate their staff on warning signs and what to do if a colleague may have a mental illness.

What our corporate partners say:

“The Macquarie Group Foundation has contributed more than $1.5million to the Schizophrenia Research Institute since 2004 as part of its commitment to health research. The Foundation is proud to support pioneering scientific inquiry into the causes of schizophrenia through the innovative establishment of the Macquarie Group Foundation Chair of Schizophrenia Research.”
Julie White, Head, Macquarie Group Foundation
January 2011

“Ramsay Health Care has been an active supporter of the Schizophrenia Research Institute since 2005. As Australia’s largest provider of private hospital mental health services, we see every day the impact that schizophrenia can have on sufferers, their families and the community at large. We support the valuable role that the Schizophrenia Research Institute plays in undertaking research into this illness and to this end we are a long term partner. We have donated more than $250,000 over the past 5 years towards the Institute and the development of the Australian Schizophrenia Research Bank – the largest brain research project in Australia. We hope that this research will go some way towards making a difference.”
Carmel Monaghan, Marketing Manager, Ramsay Health Care
January 2011

“Paynter Dixon Constructions has been a proud sponsor for more than 10 years of the Schizophrenia Research Institute. The professionalism and commitment of the Institute staff is truly commendable. This is a first-class organisation that provides information and understanding to all those they are associated with. Although the management team at Paynter Dixon are unaware of any employee or family member who suffer from a mental illness they are fully aware of the importance the Schizophrenia Research Institute has in the community and are happy to be associated with such a valuable charity.”
Steve Alley, General Manager, Paynter Dixon Constructions
September 2010

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