A Planned and Professional Approach to Charitable Giving
Sharing your wealth to make a difference can be enormously rewarding, but many Australians take an ad-hoc approach to their giving, making it difficult to see the impact of their generosity.
The Providence Philanthropic Foundation was established to facilitate a planned and professional approach to charitable giving. We welcome both existing clients and new clients to join us in our endeavour towards sustainable support for charities.
A minimum of $50,000 is recommended to establish a sub-fund. Clients can give their sub-fund a specific name (such as a family name) and grants to charities will refer to this name. Philanthropy can be a wonderful opportunity for all generations to work together on building a family legacy.
As part of our commitment to the charities, at least 50% of fees are rebated back into the Foundation.
Grants Made by the Providence Philanthropic Foundation
More than $1 million in grants have been made by the Providence Philanthropic Foundation and the sub-funds created by our clients since its inception in 2015.
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Directors of the Trustee
Cameron has 30 years of experience in the commercial property industry. Throughout his career with several high profile property companies he has been responsible for investment sales and acquisitions on behalf of high net worth individuals, property trusts and institutions. Cameron has guided investment and development strategies for institutions such as the Uniting Church in Australia. Cameron was an active committee member of BOMA (forerunner to the FCA) and a non-executive Director of the Uniting Church Trust Association. Cameron has most recently been appointed a non-executive Director of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.