Collaborating to amplify impact
For Robin Murphy, the important thing is being a catalyst. Things can get a life of their own if you just give them a push.
For Robin Craig and Mick Boyle, charity work is an integral part of their business, just as giving is also a core value of their family life.
When Rod Unsworth speaks about his family’s private ancillary fund (PAF), there are two words you’ll hear repeated often: getting involved.
Both Mike and Geraldine grew up on farms in Queensland, where they experienced first-hand the unpredictable nature of farm life. Sustainability is one of the key factors they look for when selecting causes and projects to support.
Telling the story of The Day Family Foundation is an important part of Geoff’s philosophy, but not something that he’s always comfortable with.
As a former Wallabies captain, John Eales AM is renowned for his leadership skills and his passion for rugby union. Lesser known, however, is his passion for education, a strong theme that runs through his philanthropic giving.
It was Barbara’s idea to formalise their giving, and it was their stockbroker who told the couple about private ancillary funds (PAFs). They are now passionate advocates for PAFs.
Bruce Gray’s three adult children are a key reason behind his active involvement with philanthropy.