Partnering with us for impact
Macular Disease Foundation Australia relies on the support and partnership of generous individuals, corporations, trusts, foundations and government bodies. This funding allows us to continue to meet our impact objectives and realise our purpose to reduce the incidence and impact of macular disease in Australia.
Many of the programs and initiatives we deliver across Australia would not be possible without investment by partners and social impact investors. We are always looking for new, like-minded partners to support our work on a number of new and innovative programs and address some of our strategic priorities to fulfil our purpose. If you have a partnership enquiry please email us.
We have developed partnership guidelines within an ethical framework to ensure we maintain autonomy, credibility, integrity and transparency. We remain wholly independent at all times from the interests of other parties, including our sponsors. MDFA is a proud member of the Australian Ethical Health Alliance and supports the Australian Consensus Framework for Ethical Collaboration in the Healthcare Sector. The framework describes the values and ethical principles that should form the basis of collaboration and interactions among organisations in the health sector.