Thriving Together is proud to partner with the following organisations:
The lead agency for the collaborative.
Healthy Australia is a small charity working predominantly in the early childhood sector to promote child safety, health and education. Healthy Australia provides services to the sector including feedAustralia, Protect and Educate. Healthy Australia provides the backbone support to Thriving Together and provides access to Parent Cafes in early learning settings.
Centre for Evidence and Implementation
The expert agency leading the implementation science methodology design and execution.
They are a global team of research, policy and practice experts based in Australia, Singapore, and the United Kingdom, working with clients – policy makers, governments, practitioners, program providers, organisation leaders and funders to: Understand the evidence base; Develop methods and processes to put the evidence into practice; trial, test and evaluate policies and programs to drive more effective decisions and deliver better outcomes.
The Harwood Institute
The expert agency in accessing and utilising public knowledge.
The Harwood Institute equips people, organizations, communities, and networks with the tools to bridge divides, build capacity, and tackle shared challenges. By Turning Outward, they enable communities to become a collective force for change.
Primary and Community Care Services
The program and system design and implementation expert agency.
They are a non-government, not-for-profit organisation focused on driving positive outcomes in the health and welfare sectors. They provide access to community-based services that include nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, social work, care coordination and psychological support services. They work in partnership with funders including State and Federal Governments and insurance providers, to deliver meaningful health programs and services for the local community. Their close connections with local referrers include GPs, allied health professionals, psychologists, psychiatrists, and mental health teams are essential to program delivery.
The expert agency in early childhood development and service evaluation.
They are a not-for-profit agency with a mission that children are kept safe by quality services to help kids and families where they need it. Fams makes this possible by advocating for better public policy, advising how to achieve sustainable and measurable outcomes, and acting to help vulnerable children, young people, families, and communities.
The expert technical innovators in early childhood education and development.
HubHello provides a unique and holistic service system for sharing information across Social Service ecosystems, leading to improved outcomes for citizen engagement, increased productivity, compliance for services and improved government oversight.
HubHello facilitates efficiencies for the 6 core pillars of social services – Health, Welfare, Family Support, Community Support, Education/Participation and Workforce Participation. HubHello supplies service to providers and citizens where assistance is needed for digital engagement.
Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS)
The expert child protection agency.
Established in 1973, the Child Abuse Prevention Service (CAPS) is the oldest child abuse prevention organisation in Australia. They are a non-government, non-religious charity that works to prevent child maltreatment in all its forms, including emotional, physical, and sexual abuse. Their staff are experienced psychologists, educators and policy experts who are well-equipped to deliver frontline child protection programs and create the environments needed to ensure that children are safe, supported, and loved.
The expert agency in community resilience building.
LCSA is a membership organisation representing the diverse interests of locally governed not-for-profit organisations in NSW. Their purpose is to provide collaborative leadership. They do this through connecting and resourcing members and communities to promote social justice principles in public policy.
LCSA is a membership organisation representing the diverse interests of locally governed not-for-profit Neighbourhood Centres & Community Organisations in New South Wales.
Australian Social Investment Trust (ASIT)
The expert agency leading the development and ongoing management of funding allocation, monitoring, and reporting
ASIT act as a host collaborator, neutral facilitator and liaison with government & non-government entities and the private sector for the provision of social and economic development through social and collective impact initiatives, for the benefit of members of the Australian Community.
ASIT will be responsible for governance, partnership agreements, pooled resourcing financial management via sub-fund to anchor the initiative and share expert knowledge from collective impact early childhood achievements in the It’s Our Place Bellambi initiative.