The changing face of philanthropy
The Mostyn family believe philanthropy should be a family affair. “It makes so much sense, and you just get so much more out of it than you think you would.”
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.
When Frank O’Halloran retired from corporate life in 2012, he knew exactly what he wanted to do next. He recognised that not everyone is fortunate enough to have the resources they need to deal with the challenges that life can present.