Allianz is the Official Insurance Partner of the
Australian Olympic & Paralympic teams

Flourishing People

Helping to build personal health and resilience is central to how we work with our customers, our employees and the broader community. As our world has evolved, safety has become more than a physical consideration. More and more we understand the importance of psychological safety. Protecting and strengthening mental health and wellbeing is key to a good life. By helping keep people safe and by supporting their mental health and wellbeing, we help them move beyond survival – we help them flourish.

Our customer commitment

As an insurer, we play an essential role in society: when our customers purchase insurance, they are taking steps to better protect themselves should the unexpected occur.

We’re also here to help by delivering services that demonstrate we care for our customers. This includes training to recognise and better manage our most vulnerable customers. If you, or someone you know needs support, please visit our support page for available options.

Our community commitment

At Allianz, we establish impactful partnerships; we invest in our community to save lives, connect people and promote good health

Mental health in sport

In 2020, Allianz announced a three-year partnership with the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) to help support a range of mental health initiatives for Australia’s Olympic Para athletes through its Wellbeing Week & Wellness Engagement Series.

In working with the AOC, Allianz want to encourage athletes to speak openly about their fears and vulnerabilities to show that even the strongest among us are vulnerable. We also provide tailored support where needed, leaning on our experience and knowledge in the mental health space as an insurer working with one in five workplaces across Australia.

Allianz is also a proud supporter of Paralympics Australia’s new mentoring program. Its mission is to support potential and current Paralympians to set and achieve their goals, both in and out of sport, through mentoring, coaching and leadership training by Paralympic alumni.

Allianz is particularly focused on helping to support the mental health of Para-athletes through its Workplace Giving Program. Funds raised will go towards providing mental wellness programs by Paralympics Australia.

Corporate Mental Health Alliance

Allianz is a proud Founding Member of the Corporate Mental Health Alliance Australia. The Alliance is business-led, expert-guided, and made up of 15 of Australia’s largest employers, all championing a culture of good mental health for all workers.

NSW Baggy Blues

Former professional cricketer and now Allianz Head of Regional Rural (Broker & Agency), Brett Williams, found a diverse way to bring his two roles together. All to improve physical and mental health outcomes in the regional rural communities in which brokers operate – Brett facilitates an innovative program at Allianz in partnership with the NSW Baggy Blues.

The program fosters and supports the playing of country cricket, alongside the provision of educational seminars on mental wellbeing.

Our employee commitment

At Allianz, we believe that prioritising the wellbeing of employees is pivotal to building future, thriving workplaces. To this end, we actively work with Australian businesses and expert mental health partners to inform and drive positive action on workplace mental health.

As part of our commitment to building future thriving workplaces and worksites, Allianz has developed a dedicated space for workers to access research and guides with practical tips, insights and checklists to support employers and employees move from building awareness to taking action.

For more information on how Allianz supports Australian workplaces and worksites, please visit our space dedicated to Future Thriving Workplaces on our Workers Compensation page.

Allianz acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live and work across Australia. We pay our respect to First Nations Elders past, present and emerging.