Thank you to all our generous sponsors and supporters. Your collaboration, sponsorship and donations make Voices of Veterans possible. You're part of a collective of passionate organisations, individuals and companies who are dedicated to supporting veteran health.
x-RD are a technology and artificial intelligence company with a passion for making a difference through engineering, science and technology. They actively support Australian veterans through employment opportunities and active research in areas relevant to the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Veterans’ charities and Veterans’ support organisations. x-RD are a proud, enthusiastic and supportive environment for veterans and are always willing to assist them in looking to transition into technology careers in the Australian Public Service or industry through mentoring, advice, job experience and opportunities.
They’re a sponsor of Voices of Veterans because outside of professional transitioning, they are extremely invested in the health and wellbeing of our veterans. They look for ways to best support our veterans in their new journeys and ensure they have the fullest life after dedicating their time to service.
Traderspace is part veteran owned and highly respects all service men and women passionately performing a duty for their nation. They recognise that after service, our veterans are bravely carving a new life for themselves, pushing on with their creative art projects and squaring their shoulders against PTSD. Traderspace is a community focused marketplace for Artists, Creatives and Small Businesses. They've built a solid buying and selling platform with features to support their users and help build their success. They’re actively working to put more profits back in the pockets of creators. The platform is free to use, and they don’t take commission, none!
Traderspace looks forward to supporting veteran artists through sponsorship of Voices for Veterans, and welcomes any contact from artists seeking support to sell their works. It's their hope that their sponsorship may help improve the well being of our nations veterans.
Bluerydge is a veteran-owned and founded cyber security company that is proud to host a team of 70% veterans. Australian owned, the firm specialises in cyber security and technology services with Defence, government and industry. They deliver innovative solutions through trusted, cleared and experienced professionals. Bluerydge truly care for their people. They have clear ambitions and work together to achieve shared goals. They offer a dynamic and unique experience that is dedicated to growing and supporting cyber security and technology professionals through challenging and rewarding customer engagements.
Bluerydge strongly advocates and supports many initiatives that champion the health and well being of veterans. Bluerydge fully supports the Voices of Veterans goal of creating awareness of the mental health crisis that is affecting Australian veterans.
UNSW Canberra is committed to providing opportunities that support and contribute to the positive wellbeing of our current and former Defence force personnel. As the primary education partner of the Australian Defence Force (ADF), UNSW Canberra is committed to supporting ADF personnel throughout their Defence lifecycle from Training Officer to veteran. UNSW Canberra has a broad and connected network of staff, students, and alumni, spread across Australia and the world.
They have chosen to support their alumnus Mike Armstrong and Voices of Veterans as they’re eager to use their platform to highlight mental health as an important issue with the veteran community and to showcase the work of those seeking to improve the lives of others.
Australian National Veterans Arts Museum (ANVAM) is a national cultural institution, veteran-led charity with the mission to promote the wellbeing of the veteran community through facilitated arts programs. ANVAM is a registered charity dedicated to veteran health and wellbeing through the arts. They are working with Voices of Veterans to accept and administer donations for the Voices of Veterans Fund.
ANVAM welcomes collaboration with like minded organisations to promote and build the capacity of ANVAM, the veterans’ arts community and arts in health across Australia. They maintain an ethical approach to all collaborations and engagements. This includes recognising and valuing creatives, like Voices of Veterans artist and veteran, Mike Armstrong, and cross-promoting those who have worked with ANVAM or who are supporting the veteran community through the arts.