Vodafone Foundation has launched DreamLab, an app that uses your smartphone’s processing power to speed up research while you sleep.
The power generated by the app gives Garvan a virtual supercomputer to accelerate our research and help answer these difficult questions. DreamLab is part of Vodafone’s commitment to help charities harness the power of mobile technology to improve the health of Australians.
Suttons is a family-owned motor group, with 24 dealerships covering 28 different brands. The Suttons Group have proudly supported Garvan's research for many years and are currently supporting Paul Timpson’s pancreatic cancer research program.
The AccorHotels Community Fund Australia is committed to Building Healthy Families by supporting the three focus areas of Youth, Health & Wellbeing and Inclusion.
Accor is helping raise funds for the Garvan's Institute's research into Rare and Neglected Cancer Research Program.
Award winning advertising agency BWM Isobar worked with Garvan on a pro bono basis to develop our brand video and our first ever national advertising campaign, Disease Dilemmas.
Through portraits and videos of 12 people living with different diseases, the campaign confronts the public with an impossible choice – who would you donate to? Each execution challenges you to think, interact and ultimately donate to the Garvan Institute, whose genomics research can help them all. The campaign was successfully run across multiple channels and continues to be an integral part of Garvan’s awareness initiatives.