Demonstrate your corporate social responsibility and community spirit
As more and more people unite globally to solve the world’s greatest problems, so too do businesses. Meanwhile, the expectations of consumers and employees, holding business to account for their behaviour, are at an all time high.
Given that care for our community and a greater purpose outside ourselves is our raison d’etre, we love to share this passion and sense of purpose with people.
So please, join us in our quest.
Boost employee engagement, see the difference a purpose driven, empowered workforce makes and improve staff morale simply by implementing a Workplace Giving Program.
Aligning yourself with The Baird Institute, not only demonstrates that you care about people, but that you are interested in innovation, scientific discovery and applied research. It’s best practice in corporate social responsibility meeting best practice in surgical research.
We will prove our gratitude for every penny by getting the best results we can, while consistently evaluating and improving ourselves so that we rise to the highest standards of applied research.
Create real impact for your business and your staff. You work hard and so do we.
If you are a business, big or small, who would like to support us with a Workplace Giving program, one off or regular donations, EOFY tax-deductible giving, or if you are an employee and would like to donate to us through your workplace giving program, we’d love to hear from you.
Please contact our CEO, Catherine Rush on +61 2 9550 2350.
Where do the funds go?
All donations to The Baird Institute are tax-deductible and go towards:
- Educational fellowships
- Clinical trials and research projects
- Support for patients and their families
- The ongoing education of our nurses
- Training of surgeons
- Our international impact projects
- The development of surgical technology
We are beyond grateful for donations of any value.
Our research is “applied research” – i.e. research geared to solving a problem; where theory is applied to practice.
Some of our research attempts to understand why certain heart conditions develop, such as aortic aneurysms, so that we can predict and prevent them as well as attempting to avoid the passage of the condition to the next generation.
In Australia, more than 45,000 people die of cardiovascular disease each year – that is 1 every 12 minutes and unfortunately heart research costs millions of dollars.
Diseases of the heart, lungs and blood vessels kill more people than any other disease here.
These diseases can affect people of any age at any time – even babies and young children.
Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of deaths worldwide.
You can read more about how your money will help us serve your community here.
You guys are awesome, I want to tell everyone!
Thank you. We work really hard and would love it if you could share the word. The more people that know about what we do, the more people we can help.