Our Partners

Our partners, in Australia, the United Kingdom and Cambodia.

Corporate Partners

Aberdeen Asset Management Charitable Foundation LogoAberdeen Asset Management Charitable Foundation

Since Aberdeen Asset Management was founded in 1983, the Group has supported the communities in which it is located and has helped some great local, national and international charities over the years.

The Foundation was established in 2012 to formalise and develop Aberdeen’s charitable giving and work globally. It has two main themes:

Emerging Markets – Aberdeen has committed to develop a number of strategic partnerships with charities tackling the educational needs of disadvantaged young people in emerging market countries.

Local Communities – As a business we value the communities in which we operate and invest, recognising the benefits we gain from them as well as the potential impact we can have.

Aberdeen Asset Management Charitable Foundation website

IncNet LogoIncNet

IncNet is a business marketing database made up of the top 55,000 companies in Australia and New Zealand. Marketers use IncNet data for lead generation, sales prospects, support data and various other marketing needs. Regular users include marketers from many business segments, including IT, telecommunications, finance, insurance, business education and training, fundraising, research, office equipment, professional and business services.


IncNet website


Shape is Australia’s leading fitout and refurbishment specialist. They are in the business of transforming property for projects both large and small. Regardless of a project’s size or complexity, they harness end-to-end solutions and work closely with their clients to ensure successful project delivery. This collaborative approach allows Shape to become a partner, not just a provider. With their extensive project delivery capabilities, Shape can provide a total property solution across pre-construction, construction and post-construction phases.

Shape website

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Edelman LogoEdelman

Edelman is the world’s largest public relations firm, with 67 offices and more than 4,800 employees worldwide, as well as affiliates in more than 30 cities. Edelman specialises in creative brand marketing, corporate communications, stakeholder engagement, digital production, media relations, B2B communications, social media engagement, health communications and sustainability programs. Edelman was named Advertising Age’s top-ranked PR firm of the decade in 2009 and one of its “A-List Agencies” in both 2010 and 2011; Adweek’s “2011 PR Agency of the Year;” PRWeek’s “2011 Large PR Agency of the Year;” and The Holmes Report’s “2011 Global Agency of the Year” and its 2012 “Digital Agency of the Year.”

Edelman website

LMS Generation LogoLMS Generation

LMS Generation “LMS” has provided specialist gas management and sustainable energy generation services at landfill sites since the early 1980s. LMS sponsors staff members to participate in our programmes believing that by broadening individuals' vision they will develop as mature adults, better able to work in a team environment and focused on improving the world we live in.

LMS Generation website

Macquarie Group

Macquarie Group is a global provider of banking, financial, advisory, investment and funds management services. Macquarie's main business focus is making returns by providing a diversified range of services to clients. Macquarie acts on behalf of institutional, corporate and retail clients and counterparties around the world.

Macquarie Group website

Our 2015 Masquerade Ball Sponsors LogoOur 2015 Masquerade Ball Sponsors

We're grateful for the generous support of the sponsors who ensured our 2015 Masquerade Ball was a fantastic success!

Mave; Holman Fenwick Willan; Shape; Who; Aberdeen Asset Management; Cala Luna; Healthy Heights; Floral Craftsman Matt Bisaro; The Bathers Pavillion; Reactiv; Manly Surf School; TryBooking.com; Guy Leech Fitness; Helping Hand Group Auction Services; NHK; redballoon; Helen Alajajian; Lindt; Panasj Sydney; Orologio; Chambers Cellars; Michelle Playoust Photography; Number Works & Worlds; and Shangri-La Hotel Sydney


Propel Investments LogoPropel Investments

Propel Investments is a Sydney-based independent private equity manager focused on direct mid market (buy-out, buy-in and expansion) investments in Australia and New Zealand. It typically invests in established businesses with enterprise values in the range of A$50 million to A$250 million. Founded in June 2007 by former executives of DB Capital Partners (the private equity arm of Deutsche Bank), Propel Investments currently manages capital on behalf of domestic and offshore institutional clients.

Propel Investments website

TressCox LogoTressCox

TressCox Lawyers provide invaluable Pro Bono legal advice to SeeBeyondBorders. TressCox Lawyers is an innovative Australian law firm that prides itself on delivering an excellent service whilst retaining an intense client focus. Based in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Canberra, TressCox Lawyers has established itself as a leader in the areas of corporate and commercial law, litigation and dispute resolution, insurance, health, government, media and entertainment, building and construction, energy and resources, infrastructure, banking & financial services and intellectual property.

TressCox website

Tyssen Design LogoTyssen Design

Web design and development.

Tyssen Design website

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Development Partners

Dhammayietra Mongkol Borei

The organisation Dhammayietra Mongkol Borei (DMB) are focussed on community-building and care for the elderly and people with chronic illnesses. The organisation takes its name from Cambodia’s annual pilgrimages, which first took place in 1992, when the United Nations sponsored a peace agreement that led to the country’s first elections, an end to war and a return to Cambodia for many who had been living in camps at the borders.

SeeBeyondBorders supports communities that DMB works with. We have partnered our program with DMB’s Old Peoples' Association initiatives, which better integrates elderly people into the community, enabling them to contribute to educating the next generation or caring for the sick.

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