call us on 1300 727 538


    Call 1300 727 538
    For the well-being of teachers & their families.
    Home » Our Education Community » Corporate citizenship & social responsibility

    Corporate citizenship & social responsibility

    Teachers Health Fund regularly participates in both local and national community events including:

    Business Clean Up Australia Day

    Teachers Health Fund staff in Surry Hills regularly joins businesses across Australia who clean up their offices or go out into the local community to dispose of rubbish and recycle where possible.

    Earth Hour

    Teachers Health Fund participates in Earth Hour in all of our offices across Australia – Surry Hills, Parramatta, Hamilton and Melbourne. As well as ensuring that all lights and electrical items are switched off for that one hour, we pride ourselves on being environmentally friendly, through educating staff to turn off computers and monitors each night, recycling where possible and the use of sensor lights which switch off automatically when there is no movement.

    Charity fundraising

    We hold internal fund-raising and awareness events for:

    • Cancer Council including Daffodil Day and the Biggest Morning Tea
    • Prostate cancer
    • Breast cancer
    • Melanoma

    White Ribbon Day – Violence against women

    As an Employer of Choice for Women, Teachers Health Fund marks White Ribbon Day. Last year Teachers Health Fund donated $1 for each staff member who signed the White Ribbon ‘oath’ online. The White Ribbon Campaign encourages Australians to make a difference by swearing an oath never to commit, excuse or remain silent about violence against women.

    Global Corporate Challenge (GCC)

    Teachers Health Fund sponsors employees to participate in the GCC. The GCC is the world’s largest and most exciting corporate health initiative, aiming to increase daily physical activity in its participants.

    Join NowX

    Membership Type


    Tell us a little about yourself to get started:

    Tell us a little about yourself and your partner to get started:

    Tell us a little about yourself, your partner and family to get started:

    Tell us a little about yourself and your family to get started:

    Your Cover

    Select your desired level of cover:


    Your Rebate

    All Australian residents, who are entitled to Medicare, are able to claim an income tested rebate on their private health insurance; would you like to apply your rebate?

    For individuals earning between $88,001 - $102,000 (or $176,001 - $204,000 for families*).
    *For families with children, the thresholds are increased by $1,500 for each child after the first.

    How rebate tiers workX

    Most Australians with private health insurance currently receive a rebate from the Australian Government to help cover the cost of their premiums. The private health insurance rebate is income tested. The table below details the different rebate amounts and Medicare Levy Surcharge levels.

    The rebate applies to hospital, general treatment and ambulance policies. It does not apply to overseas visitors cover. The rebate levels applicable for 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2014 are:

    < Age 6530%20%10%0%
    Age 65-6935%25%15%0%
    Age 70+40%30%20%0%

    Single parents and couples (including de facto couples) are subject to family tiers. For families with children, the thresholds are increased by $1,500 for each child after the first.