Every child has the right to a healthy, educated and safe future. Sadly, this is not the reality for all children. Some children drop out of school or have poor attendance because they don’t have the basic learning foundation to continue their education journey.

Through GSK’s PULSE Volunteer Partnership, our employees can use their professional skills to help create sustainable change for our non-profit partners and the communities they serve.

With much of the world’s future innovation to come from science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), it is very important that the innovators of tomorrow are supported and mentored.

GSK is supplying the Australian Olympics Team with vaccines to protect them against everyday illnesses ahead of the games in Rio.

We have been a long-standing supporter of the Victoria Police Kokoda Project, supporting the initiative since it began in 2007.

Polio is a disease that has virtually been forgotten by our community. Although vaccination implemented in Australia in the late 1950s has prevented new infections, polio survivors form the largest single physical disability group in the country.

Our people and the communities in which they operate are essential to our success. We focus on building their individual capabilities and aim to support and empower them to be the best they can be.

Immunisation rates among Australian children has risen significantly over the years. However, there remains a distinct disparity between children from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and other Australians.

GSK and Save the Children have the goal of helping to save the lives of one million children by sharing medical and humanitarian expertise.

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