Generation Next is a small, grassroots not-for profit organisation run and managed by two full time professional staff with generous, pro bono support from the health education and event management company Healthed. All Generation Next educational events and programs are coordinated pro bono by Healthed staff. Our Founder and CEO works on a purely voluntary basis and does not draw a wage or any other financial benefit from Generation Next.
Despite our streamlined and grassroots, social enterprise approach, Generation Next runs on a small loss on a year-on-year basis. This is covered by generous donations from a small number of corporate supporters and partner organisations. It is thanks to the generous support of partner organisations and entities that we are able to continue our work on a yearly basis, as well as undertake new projects that increase the impact and reach of our work.
Sponsorships and Partnerships
Generation Next is a health promotion charity and endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient. If you are interested in supporting Generation Next we encourage you to get in touch with us – your support will enable us to further develop our strategies and activities, further increasing our ability to prevent mental illness in young people. Whether you are interested in one-off event sponsorship or longer term partnership opportunities, we would be happy to discuss this with you in more detail! For an initial discussion please contact our Program Manager on 02 8758 0110 or programmana[email protected].
There are plenty of ways to get involved with and support the work of Generation Next!
- Subscribe to our Newsletter
- Follow and engage with us on Facebook and Twitter
- Subscribe to our YouTube Channel and get a free interview, lecture or educational clip in your inbox each week
- Participate in our programs for professionals and young people
- Use our resources and interventions
- Share our work with others!
Get In Touch
We are always on the lookout for new ideas and approaches to tackle mental illness in young people. We’re also genuinely interested in hearing from you to make our work as relevant, accessible and targeted as possible. And we’re also keen to connect with like-minded groups and organisations working to support the mental health of young people. If you want to share an idea, connect or give us feedback, get in touch!