SHAPE forges partnership with Mates4Mates to support the veteran community

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SHAPE Australia is proud to announce a new partnership with Mates4Mates, as its charity of choice for its business unit SHAPE Defence.

Mates4Mates is one of Australia’s leading veteran charities actively changing the lives of current and ex-serving Australian Defence Force members and their families impacted by service.

Since Mates4Mates was established in 2013, more than 11,000 veterans and their families have directly benefited from its services, which include mental health and physical rehabilitation services, skills and wellbeing programs, and social connection activities.

SHAPE will seek to raise funds for Mates4Mates through several corporate initiatives across the country, contributing to the vital support services that it provides to the veteran community.

SHAPE Group Manager – Defence and Federal Government Mitch Flynn shared that SHAPE is thrilled to forge a meaningful partnership with Mates4Mates.

“SHAPE and Mates4Mates embrace the shared commitment to supporting veterans and their families impacted by service, fostering resilience, and building a future where every mate can thrive,” Mitch said.

“As a trusted national delivery partner for Defence, we are honoured to be able to make a positive impact in the community we serve by supporting Mates4Mates, ensuring their rehabilitation, mental health, and community-building services continue to provide much needed support for veterans who have served our country.”

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Since Mates4Mates was established in 2013, more than 11,000 veterans and their families have directly benefited from its services, which include mental health and physical rehabilitation services, skills and wellbeing programs, and social connection activities.

Mates4Mates Chief Executive Officer Emma Whitehead also welcomed the new partnership.

“It’s through the support of corporate partners such as SHAPE that allows us to meet the ever-increasing need for more services within the veteran community,” Emma said.

“Their support is critical to the work of Mates4Mates, and I look forward to seeing this connection help support veterans and their families impacted by service.”

For more information about Mates4Mates, visit their website: https://mates4mates.org/

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