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Meet our sponsors

Without the generous support of our sponsors, our 2019 Conference wouldn't have been the success it was! Meet our sponsors here...


We’re an Australian-owned company and we build and operate toll roads in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, as well as in Greater Washington, United States and Montreal, Canada.
We design our roads for the long term, and are continually working to deliver real and lasting benefits to cities and their communities. 

In 2017 we began working with the financial counselling, community welfare and legal assistance sectors to improve the way we detected and responded to customers experiencing social and financial difficulties.
This resulted in the recent establishment of our first dedicated hardship team Linkt Assist, officially launched in February 2019. 

We have also introduced a dedicated phone line for community practitioners advocating on behalf of clients with tolling debts, intended to make it easier for you to support your clients.
Please call Linkt Assist on 1300 110 129 and we will work with you to develop solutions tailored to your client’s individual circumstances and capacity.

For more information on our plans to become a more socially and financially inclusive organisation, see our report When hardship is a factor in tolling debt

Herbert Smith Freehills

At Herbert Smith Freehills, we believe that everyone should have equal access to justice and opportunity. We are committed to using our expertise, resources and leadership to ensure that equal access to justice and opportunity is a reality through our pro bono and community programs. The four areas of focus for our program are homelessness, reconciliation, disability and health, and building the rule of law. We provide pro bono legal advice to marginalised individuals and not for prot organisations. We provide systemic advocacy, take on clients through legal clinics and send our lawyers on pro bono secondments.

Ethical Jobs is a job-search site for people who want to work for a better world.  We list community jobs, environmental jobs, not-for-profit jobs and social enterprise jobs that contribute to a more equitable, more just or more sustainable world.
We've noticed that increasingly Australians want the work we do to make a difference. Unfortunately, though many of us would love a job where we feel we're contributing to a better world, many people are unable to find one.

That's why we started - to bring together people and organisations with a passion for sustainability and justice, to provide resources to help people find a job that makes a difference, and to help organisations with a social or environmental mission to find the best staff they possibly can. 
We’re also committed to supporting Australian community groups and organisations by making regular donations to organisations we think are doing good work to make the world a more just or more sustainable place. Every two months we match donations up to $25,000 to an Australian NFP organisation.
Each year, we also run the Not-For-Profit People Conference, the biggest event of its kind in Australia, to explore best practice in attracting, managing, training and retaining people in the NFP sector.

We are a fast-growing community of people and organisations dedicated to making the world a better place and this year marks our 10 Year Anniversary! Join our mailing list to find out more!


The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) is a free, fair and independent dispute resolution scheme. We consider complaints about financial products and services. AFCA’s service is offered as an alternative to tribunals and courts to resolve complaints consumers and small businesses have with their financial firms. Find out more about what an ombudsman is and what the AFCA Ombudsman does.

The Services Union

We are the Australian Municipal, Administrative, Clerical and Services Union Queensland (Services and Northern Administrative) Branch and the Queensland Services, Industrial Union of Employees trading as The Services Union.

The Services Union is committed to Real Change to make Australia a better place to live and work. We do this by acting as professionals providing community and public services.


The University of Queensland - Pro Bono Centre

The UQ Pro Bono Centre supports the work of Community Legal Centres through student research and volunteering, academic partnerships and coordination. We aim to instil a pro bono ethic and appreciation for the challenges of access to justice in all our students. 


Queensland Department of Justice and Attorney-General

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General is a diverse department, which works towards justice for all Queenslanders through safe, fair and responsible community outcomes.

We provide:

  • services directly to the community (working with you)
  • support services behind the scenes (working for you)
  • support for a range of independent justice bodies.

Click here to find out more about how this Queensland Government Department can help you.


Colin Biggers & Paisley

The Colin Biggers & Paisley Foundation brings together our entire community offering and is comprised of three streams - pro bono legal services, volunteering and charitable contributions.

We use our skills and our expertise to help address unmet legal need and to provide resources and opportunities for the benefit of communities. We work with individuals and not-for-profit organisations that work on behalf of low income or disadvantaged members of the community.

For more information, please visit:


Legal Super

Legalsuper is Australia’s largest super fund dedicated to the legal sector. Established in 1989 by the legal profession, it now manages over $3.8 billion for more than 44,000 members including judges, barristers, solicitors and legal support staff.  It services more than 4,000 Australian employers.  We’re the industry super founded by & dedicated to Australia’s legal community, so you know we’ll always act in your best interests.

Queensland Law Society

Queensland Law Society provides a dynamic hub for Queensland's legal community and seeks to engage actively with its members and the public to provide leadership, practical solutions and reliable support.

We represent and promote more than 9,000 legal professionals, increase community understanding of the law, help protect the rights of individuals and advise the community about the many benefits solicitors can provide.