Sony Foundation | You Can


Nick Scali is proud to partner with Sony Foundation in their You Can centres, with the objective to provide a contemporary, welcoming and homely environment for youth with cancer. Further to this, we support the Sony Foundation in their fundraising endeavours for You Can.

Sony Foundation Australia is the charitable arm of the Sony Group of Companies operating in Australia. Sony Foundation collaborates with Sony’s business partners and Australians to create a ripple effect of change in the lives of young Australians who are falling through the gaps. Since its inception in 1998, Sony Foundation Australia has raised over $33 million for youth-related causes. Sony Foundation aims to improve young Australians health and wellbeing through positive experiences and social change in areas overlooked by society. Through the power of Sony’s Foundation Corporate Partner network, Sony Foundation is able to create long-term solutions across its core programs:

  • You Can | A youth cancer program to build specialised youth cancer centres in hospitals;
  • Children’s Holiday Camp Program | A unique respite care program for children with special needs across Australia;
  • Youth Off The Streets | Providing funding support for at-risk youth; and
  • Musicians Making A Difference (MMAD) | Mentoring disadvantaged and vulnerable youth through music programs.


As a Silver Corporate Partner to Sony Foundation Australia, Nick Scali is an integral supporter of Sony Foundation’s youth cancer program, You Can. Set up by Sony Foundation Australia in 2010, You Can aims to establish a national network of age-appropriate and specialised youth cancer centres and services around Australia. Sony Foundation funds these specialised youth cancer centres and services to address the gap in the healthcare system for patients aged 15 – 25. Nick Scali is proud to support the interior fit-out of these You Can Centres as well as provide fundraising support for Sony Foundation Australia.

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