Royal Flying Doctor Service
Proud National Major Partner.
As a leading Life Insurance specialist, we're proud to be a national major partner of the Royal Flying Doctor Service of (RFDS), one of the largest and most comprehensive aeromedical organisations in the world. Because together we can do even more.
It’s all about people helping people
Australians can’t help but help. It’s built into our collective DNA. When someone needs a hand, we help out. It seems so obvious it’s almost not worth saying, but in many parts of the world it isn’t so.
In fact, 19%* of us regularly volunteer our time to help others. It’s a characteristic born out of necessity. You can’t survive in this country, with it’s harsh weather, dangerous wildlife and, most of all, extreme remoteness, without helping one another.
Meet Darren Beveridge and Phil Hensby, who share their personal stories with us below about why the RFDS is so important to them and other remote communities like Baradine.
*Source: Volunteering Australia, 2016 Census
Working to make a real difference for all Australians
Our partnership with the RFDS will enable us to help Australians access life-improving medical services and expertise, as well as educate people in rural and regional Australia about health.
By combining our knowledge and expertise with the RFDS, we will work to make a real difference to each other and the Australian families we protect.
The partnership aligns with the three focus areas of our TAL Community Foundation: children from disadvantaged backgrounds; Indigenous communities; and mental health.
Both TAL and RFDS have proud histories of being there for Australians when they need us most and we share a focus on finding innovative ways to make a real difference.
TAL SpotChecker: taking skin checks right around the country
We are committed to helping Australians stay skin safe all year round. Together, RFDS and TAL aim to reach more Australians across the country with a free professional skin check.
The Royal Flying Doctor Service
You can help keep the Flying Doctor flying
Without the RFDS, many Australians in remote and regional areas would be unable to continue living the lives they love in their communities.
As a not-for-profit aeromedical organisation, the RFDS relies on donations to help them keep providing the best aeromedical service in the world.