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Annual review 2022


Who we are

Cancer Council Victoria is a non-profit organisation that relies on the support of the Victorian community.

Our mission

Prevent cancer. Empower people. Save lives.

Our values

Excellence, integrity and compassion.

About this report

This report is designed to give our stakeholders an insight into the diversity of the services delivered by Cancer Council Victoria. 

Cancer Council Victoria acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land and water ways on which we stand on and pay our respects to Elders past, present and those who are emerging. 

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Our Four Goals

CEO’s message

Todd Harper

To paraphrase Albert Einstein, “in the midst of every crisis lies great opportunity.” This has certainly been the story of Cancer Council Victoria in recent years as our team has found new ways to deliver vital cancer research, support and prevention programs.

In 2022 we celebrated the 10th anniversary since world-first plain packaging was introduced in Australia. Whilst we’ve come a long way in the last 10 years, we know there is still more work to be done and Cancer Council Victoria, along with the McCabe Centre for Law and Cancer, play an important role in supporting and advocating for change in Australia and globally.

The Victorian Cancer Registry estimates there have been 3800 fewer cancer diagnoses than expected for 2020 to 2021. As you read through this review you will see how we have increased screening campaigns to help with early detection of cancer. We have also increased our support services for people affected by cancer and their loved ones with our 13 11 20 cancer support line, the ‘You’re Not Alone’ campaign and the launch of the online My Cancer Guide.

Thanks to the support and generosity of our supporters and donors, we have been able to increase funding for cancer research so we can continue to push the boundaries in search of lifesaving breakthroughs. As Victoria’s largest funder of cancer research and prevention, we invest over $46 million each year in our mission to save lives.

I’d like to take this opportunity to express my sincere thanks and gratitude to our staff, supporters, volunteers and our Board for your unwavering support and dedication as we work towards a cancer free future. It is your support, commitment, passion and generosity that makes the ground-breaking work that we do possible.

I hope you feel a sense of pride as I do when you read through this Annual Review.

Todd Harper AM

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Chair’s message

Prof. Jeremy Millar

Our work and vision are driven by the most common cause of death, disability, and distress in Victoria: cancer. The good news is that against this tide of cancer, we have made startling progress: the five-year survival rate for Victorians diagnosed with cancer increased by almost 25% over the past thirty years.

Thanks to breakthroughs that continue to be made in the way of research, prevention, and detection of cancer, researchers are working to find ways to better prevent and treat all types of cancer and increase survival rates, providing better outcomes for people affected by cancer.

With cancer screening and early detection initiatives such as HPV immunisation programs, cervical self-collection, and the national bowel screening program, we will see a decline of these cancers, as well as improved survival rates.

We continue to see unwavering support from Victorians with the generous and thoughtful contributions flowing directly to our cancer research, and our prevention and support programs.

The Board is a talented and diverse group of experienced people, united in a passion for reducing the impact of cancer, who donate their time to help lead the effort in Victoria. I thank them, particularly acknowledging the services of Mr Andrew Dyer who retired from the Board in May. I would also like to welcome Kathryn Bellion, who joined the Board in June as a casual director.

Our work against cancer in Victoria is helped enormously by our partnerships with Federal and State Governments, including VicHealth, and many other organisations with whom we work to deliver our programs. I’d also like to thank the federation of Cancer Councils around Australia for the collaboration we have on many national initiatives. And, perhaps most importantly, I personally and on behalf of the Board, would like to thank the wonderful work of our employees and volunteers who continue the path to delivering on our mission.

Prof. Jeremy Millar

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Change the environment to enable healthier behaviours via powerful policies and programs.

Celebrating 10 years of tobacco plain packaging

December marked 10 years since world-first plain packaging laws came into force in Australia. A whole generation of young Australians have no memory of cigarette packets featuring bright colours and designs. Thanks to the government mandate, packs are now a drab dark brown with large graphic health warnings.

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Vic Kids Eat Well

Vic Kids Eat Well

Launched in January, the Vic Kids Eat Well initiative aims to provide children with the healthy start they need to learn, play and grow.

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Food fight

Food fight

Did you know that Victorian children are exposed to at least 25 unhealthy food and drink advertisements every day?

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Australian SunSmart Technology Goes Global In New App

Australian SunSmart Technology Goes Global In New App

In June, we launched the SunSmart Global UV app to an international audience. The app provides reliable, at-a-glance UV level forecasts in Australia and across the world.

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Increase participation equitably in cancer screening, early detection, and HPV immunisation programs.

Press release

Cervical Self-Collection Campaign Aims To Raise Awareness Of The New Self-Collection Option To Women And People With A Cervix In Victoria

Cervical cancer is one of the most preventable cancers and can be treated if detected early - yet only an estimated 62% of eligible Victorians are participating in the National Cervical Screening Program.

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Increasing HPV Immunisation

Increasing HPV Immunisation Amongst Students At Specialist Schools

Recent research by Cancer Council Victoria, in collaboration with Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI), has identified strategies to increase human papillomavirus (HPV) immunisation rates among Victorian adolescents with disabilities.

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Australians Urged To GET2IT

Australians Urged To GET2IT

Bowel cancer is Australia’s second biggest killer, tragically claiming the lives of around 100 Australians each week, with 15,000 new cases diagnosed each year.

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Enable all people to have equitable access to trusted cancer information, support and optimal care.

Cancer nurse

"Lost and alone": The emotional and mental health impacts of navigating cancer during a global pandemic

The 'Cancer, COVID-19 + You' report found COVID-19 has fundamentally changed the cancer experience in Victoria.

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My Cancer Guide

My Cancer Guide

Cancer is challenging. But finding the right support services is now easier with My Cancer Guide.

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Supporting regional Victorians

Supporting regional Victorians

You’re Not Alone – 13 11 20 Cancer Support Line.

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Discover new prevention, detection, treatment and support opportunities to improve cancer outcomes and lives.


Research to improve the lives of "asbestos cancer" patients

Lyall Watts Mesothelioma Research Fund provides a vital pipeline of investment in this area to provide hope to people affected by mesothelioma, now and into the future

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VCR Infographics

The Victorian Cancer Registry’s contribution to science

Creating a cancer registry was one of Cancer Council Victoria’s first and most important contributions to science.

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Stepping up cancer prevention

Adding physical activity into your daily routine lowers your risk of cancer.

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Public health campaigns undermined by amount spent on junk food advertising

Findings highlight the glaring dominance of advertising for unhealthy, sugary drinks relative to public health advertising promoting healthy weight and lifestyle.

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Investment in research provides hope

In 2022, Cancer Council Victoria supported some of the best and brightest cancer researchers across the state by awarding more than $5.4 million in research grants, across a wide range of disciplines.

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Amazing ambassadors

Amazing ambassadors

The Amazing Race Australia 2022 winners Toni Hilland and Heath Curry put their best foot forward for people affected by cancer when they signed up as Ambassadors for Walking Stars.

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Together we are stronger

“Together we are stronger”

Since 2009, Kristy has been supporting Cancer Council Victoria, raising over $137,000 to support cancers for women, trans and gender diverse people.

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Australian Open Golf

Australian Open Golf

In December, Cancer Council Victoria headed to the HANSA Australian Open Golf Championships as the official charity partner.

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The Longest Day

The Longest Day

The challenge sees keen golfers tee off at dawn and finish at dusk completing four rounds of golf to raise money for Cancer Council’s research, prevention and support services.

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Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

Australia's Biggest Morning Tea

Peter Farmer’s brushstroke for cancer awareness among First Nations people .

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This year saw a new hybrid way of working with our people returning to the office, while maintaining the flexibility to work from home.

Our commitment to reconciliation

Our commitment to reconciliation

In April, we launched our Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) with the commitment that we recognise the effects of colonisation on the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and embrace and support Australia’s First Nations people.

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Values awards

Values awards

Every year we celebrate our values by recognising employees who have demonstrated outstanding examples in excellence, integrity, and compassion.

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Dorothy Reading Scholarship

Dorothy Reading Scholarship takes Nina’s research to new heights

Research Fellow Dr Nina Afshar was awarded the Dorothy Reading scholarship to assist her with her research into the risk of bladder cancer and links to alcohol, smoking, body mass index, diet and other possible associations.

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Inclusive workplace

Cancer Council Victoria promotes an inclusive workplace which embraces diversity and promotes health and wellbeing.

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Why our people love working at Cancer Council Victoria

Our people tell us they value our friendly and supportive culture, flexible work and encouragement of work/life balance.

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Learning and innovation

We continue to use internal talent to develop high quality and engaging courses for our own staff and for our broader learning programs and services.

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Young people’s cervical cancer screening campaign

The award was presented to Cancer Screening Senior Manager, Dianne Eggins, in recognition of our Young People’s Cervical Cancer Screening Campaign.

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World Cancer Congress in Geneva

Kate Broun, Manager of Screening, Early Detection and Immunisation in our Prevention Division was awarded the ‘Best advocacy with impact report’ at the World Cancer Congress in Geneva .

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A snapshot of our financial results for 2022. Our complete audited financial results are available here.

Key Financial Results For 2022

Cancer Council Victoria recorded a net deficit of $28.4m for 2022. Total revenue decreased by $15.1m largely driven by a fall in charitable support from bequests. An accumulated surplus of $45.4m highlights a continuing healthy financial position. At 31 December 2022, cash of $19.3m and investments of $79m were available to fund Cancer Council’s operating activities. The reinvestment of income into diversified assets reduces liquidity risk for the organisation and maximises our ability to deliver significant and sustainable operational results in the future. An investment mandate designed to mitigate exposure to market losses is reviewed annually by management and Investment Committee members.

Our finances (in millions) 2020 2021 2022
Revenue from transactions 68.2 79.2 64.1
Expenses from transactions (63.7) (71.3) (86.3)
Other comprehensive income (0.2) 4.4 (6.2)
Net result from continuing operations 4.3 12.3 (28.4)
Total Assets 121.5 133.4 105.8
Net Assets 90.1 102.4 74.1
Accumulated Surplus 47.4 60.1 45.4
Reserves 42.7 42.3 28.7
Total Equity 90.1 102.4 74.1
Cash Flow ($ movement) 0.1 14.5 (13.7)


Revenues decreased year on year by $15.1m largely due to a decline in bequest income in the current year which was down $10.7m.

2021 Revenue
2022 Revenue

Fundraising Income

Fundraising income was $26.8m in 2022, which is down $9.7m from the previous year, largely driven by a decrease in bequests. Bequest income of $12.6m was lower than the five-year rolling average of $20.9m and the prior year result of $23.3m. Events income was $7.6m (29%). Donation income was $6.6m (25%).

2021 Fundraising
2022 Fundraising

External Income

External funding has decreased by $3.5m, this movement is driven by a spike in funds for bowel screening received in 2021.

External Income 2021
External Income 2022


Total expenditure of $86.3m increased by $15.0m in 2022. This includes additional activity following lockdowns in previous years and the expenditure of bowel screening funds received in 2021.

Expenditure Income 2021
Expenditure Income 2022

Michèle Williams, Chair, Finance, Risk and Audit Committee

Michèle Williams, Chair, Finance, Risk and Audit Committee

Last year proved to be a challenging year financially for Cancer Council Victoria. Fundraising activities saw pleasing results, with appeal donations up by $0.2m and fundraising campaigns up by $0.8m. This was partly due to the return of face-to-face fundraising events, especially Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea and Daffodil Day.

Our overall financial results were impacted by a decline in bequest income, which was down to $12.6m from the previous year’s $23.3m and down on the five-year rolling average of $20.9m. This resulted in a shortfall of $10.7m. Statistically, we are aware that downturns in bequest income occur every five-to-six years, in the quantum experienced in 2022. Further impacting our results, global financial markets also experienced significant downfalls during 2022, and we were not immune to this. Despite gains of $4.4m recorded in 2021, we incurred losses of $6.2m in 2022.

We recognise the importance of financial stability in fulfilling our mission, and despite these losses Cancer Council Victoria continues to have a strong balance sheet. We are also investing in new technologies and fundraising strategies to protect our core mission activity and deliver our strategic plan.

We invite you to access the full set of audited financial statements on our website here. We are grateful for the support of our donors, volunteers, and partners, who enable us to continue delivering our mission of preventing cancer, empowering people and savings lives.

We would like to thank the many individuals and organisations who have generously donated, fundraised or volunteered their time to support Cancer Council Victoria’s work. Our work would not be possible without our supporters. Below are just some of the many Victorians who have made significant contributions to cancer research, prevention and support in 2022.

Transformational Gifts

  • B Folcik
  • B Kunz
  • Charles Tegner
  • Charles Campbell
  • Coghlan OAM Cancer
  • Breakthrough Fund
  • Freemasons Foundation
  • Victoria
  • Jenny Tatchell
  • Margaret and John Bland
  • Rado Family Foundation

Principal Gifts

  • Audrey F Campbell
  • Beaconhills College
  • Research Award
  • DJ & LM Fox Foundation
  • John King Research Award
  • Michael Pearson Research Award
  • Neil & Mavis Grummitt
  • Paul Wheelton AM
  • Peter Griffin AM & Terry
  • Swann Foundation
  • Picchi Brothers Foundation
  • Robert C. Bulley Charitable Fund
  • Cassidy Bequest Gift Fund
  • Cubit Family Foundation
  • The Kooyong Colts Research Award
  • Jack Brockhoff Foundation
  • Lionel & Yvonne Spencer Trust
  • Wood Family Foundation

Major Gifts

  • Alison Cole Research Award
  • Alive Alive O Research Award
  • Anna Cronin Research Award
  • Antal Szeleczky Reasearch Award
  • AusEd International Pty Ltd
  • Bairnsdale Regional
  • Volunteer Group Research Award
  • Betsy J Kind Research Award
  • Betty M Smith Research Award
  • Cancer’s No Game Research Award
  • Christopher Legge
  • Clarkefield and Friends Research Award
  • Deborah Lee
  • Denise Richardson
  • Domain Village People Research Award
  • G & M Dyer Family Trust
  • Gemsonic Foundation
  • George Hume Crawford Research Award
  • Good2Give
  • Guthrie Family Memorial Trust
  • Helena Bitter Research Award
  • JBWere Limited
  • John & Lorraine Bates
  • Jim Thompson OAM
  • Joanne Gunnersen
  • Joe White Bequest
  • Julia Walker
  • Kingswood College Research Award
  • Kirsty Tuck Research Award
  • Leonie Hosking
  • Louise Thompson Research Award
  • Lynne and Wendy’s Walkers Research Award
  • McKenzie Ag Services
  • Michael & Sonia Hunter Research Award
  • Moe and District Volunteer Group Research Award
  • Morphy Richards
  • Mrs Canterbury Research Award
  • Parents Infant Unit Research Award
  • Paul & Francesca Di Natale
  • Pd & Ml Lanyon Family Trust
  • Perpetual Foundation
  • Peter L Research Award
  • Pink Butterfly Charity Research Award
  • Puddles Team Research Award
  • Rona Bell L Research Award
  • Rosie Clough
  • The Circuit Discretionary Trust
  • Ruth Redpath AO
  • Sale Volunteer Group Research Award
  • Sherrill Muir Research Award
  • Sonia & Michael Hunter Research Award
  • Stuart & Wayne Charge Research Award
  • Team Justice Research Award
  • Rae & Peter Gunn Family Foundation
  • Ronald Alan Curry Trust
  • Stuart Douglas Shelley
  • Memorial Research Award
  • Stuart Leslie Foundation
  • Vinuri De Silva Research Award
  • Thipsada Kumar Research Award
  • Tiffany Jacobs Research Award
  • Tim Jacobs Research Award
  • Traralgon Volunteer Group Research Award
  • Triple M Bendigo Research Award
  • Trish Leigh Research Award
  • Women of Note Research Award

Special Funds

The Lyall Watts Mesothelioma Research Fund established in 2016 in memory of the late Lyall Watts. The fund supports research into the development, detection and treatment of mesothelioma. Thank you to Gary Kenny, Marjory Watts and Sandra Harbison for continuing this vital funding.

Barbara Mavis Hynam Fund – Established in 2016 by the late Barbara Hynam to support research into the causes and cures of cancer of the bowel.

Charles Campbell Coghlan OAM Breakthrough Research Fund – Established in 2022 by the late Charles Campbell Coghlan OAM, the fund will invest in breakthroughs in cancer prevention, detection, treatment and care.

Helen Macpherson Smith Endowment – Established in 1991 to support the provision of cancer support and information services.

Howard Paul Fund – Established in 2017 by the late Howard Paul for research into cancer.

James L Rafferty Memorial Research Award – Established in 1993 by Margaret Rafferty, in memory of her husband, to support research related to cancer prevention.

Janetta and Derek Thompson Memorial Fund – Established in 1994 in memory of Janetta Thompson to support cancer research.

John Bartlett Memorial Research Award – Established in 1993 by Margaret Rafferty in memory of her brother, to support research related to cancer prevention.

John Richard Beckingsale Fund – Established in 1983 under the terms of the Will of the late Alice Hill, to support cancer research workers.

Margaret Rafferty Research Award – Established in 1993 by Margaret Rafferty, to support research related to cancer prevention.

Pauline Speedy Grants-inAid Award – Established by the late Pauline Speedy and Jenny Tatchell in 2017 to fund research into women’s cancers.

Queenie and Edgar Gatt Special Fund – Established in 2013 by the late Dr Edgar Gatt in memory of his dearly beloved wife Queenie Gatt to support our Grants-in-Aid program, funding new cancer research around Victoria.

Sandra Lianne Vegting Fund – Established in 2016 by the late Sandra Vegting to support research into lymphoma cancer.

Val Straker Fellowship – Established in 1998 from the estate of the late Valerie Straker, to support breast cancer research.

Cancer Council Victoria is honoured to recognise the incredible donors who had the foresight, vision and passion to include a gift to Cancer Council Victoria in their Will. Their compassion and dedication meant that in 2022, 61% of cancer research, 69% of the support services provided to people affected by cancer and 14% of cancer prevention work was made possible. We would like to extend our sympathies for their family and friends, and our sincere gratitude to these individuals. With their gift, they leave a legacy of hope for generations to come.

Lasting Legacies

  • Alan Hamley
  • Alan James Varey
  • Albert Henry Ullin
  • Alfred Reid Trust
  • Alice Gruer
  • Amy Elizabeth Williams
  • Andrew James Schreuder Foundation
  • Ann Thomas Cancer
  • Research Fellowship
  • Anthonia Rasen
  • Arthur & Doris Clayton Fund
  • Arthur Milne Bissett
  • Audrey Farmer
  • Barbara Sutton
  • Bernard William Keating
  • Betty Donald Gray Charitable Trust
  • Beverley Helen Barry
  • Beverley Margot Woodford
  • Beverley Teresa O’Donnell
  • Bill & Mena Malloy Trust
  • Brian John Silverlock
  • Brian Robertson
  • Brian Winfield
  • Bruce Carroll
  • Bryan Gerald Cannan
  • Cecile Van Kemenade
  • Clement Godfrey Harrison
  • Colin Roy McLean
  • Danuta Rogowski
  • David Francis Trevillien
  • David Maxwell Bird
  • Donald Ernest Leith
  • Donald John Edwards
  • Doris May Rice
  • Doris Thelma Rowe
  • Charitable Trust
  • Dorothy Alice Raymond
  • Dorothy Lois Butler
  • Dorothy Maude Johnson
  • Dr Robert Arrol Craig
  • Elaine Kruss
  • Elinor Marie Holland
  • Elizabeth Ann Powell
  • Elizabeth May Foley
  • Elizabeth Peters Orbell
  • Elsie Louise Thomas Trust
  • Emilie Louisa Brown
  • Eric John William Miller
  • Erica W Cromwell Trust
  • Erika Murfin
  • G F Carden Cancer Research Fund
  • Gayle Lois Anderson
  • Geoffrey Ian West
  • Geoffrey Lawson Hook
  • Gerald Stuart Strachan
  • Geraldine Pritchard
  • Giles Pannon Dalgliesh Fund
  • Gladys Marie Hanington
  • Gordon Horsley
  • Gordon Kevin Moore
  • Grace & Herbert Foulkes Charitable Trust
  • Graeme John Goldsmith
  • Gregory Joseph and Zig Dickson Trust
  • Harold and Cora Brennen Research Fund
  • Harold Raymond Muir
  • Harry Halliwell
  • Hedeliza L Williams
  • Ivy Stephenson Trust
  • J I & D R Cromie Perpetual Trust
  • Jack MacDonald Reid
  • James Leslie Barry
  • Jane Carrigan Kuchins
  • Janet Isabelle Holyman
  • Jean Pauline HetheringtonScott
  • Jennifer Ethel Harte
  • Jennifer Waugh
  • John Charles Gahan
  • John Madden
  • John O’Loughlin
  • John Robert Ball
  • John Robert Thomas Brown
  • Joy Bell
  • Joy Lorraine Babidge
  • Joyce Adelaide Healey Charitable Trust Fund
  • Juel June Hilton
  • Keith Gwilym Evans
  • Kenneth Charles Pride
  • Kenneth James Walker
  • Kenneth Mansfield
  • Kenneth McDonald Martin
  • Len John Grasso
  • Lena Ross
  • Leonard Alexander Rogers
  • Leslie Allen
  • Lindsay Bryce Hurford
  • Lois Isabelle Rogers
  • Lois Lyla Mewes
  • Madeline Crump & Madeline
  • Williams Charitable Trust
  • Mahala Orloff
  • Margaret Ellis
  • Margaret Leonard
  • Margaret Manvell
  • Margaret Watkins
  • Margaret Winifred Palmer
  • Marlene Anita Cabral
  • Mary Saunders
  • Mary Theresa Cromie Charitable Trust
  • Maureen Ruth Rumbold
  • Mavis Emma Nankervis
  • Mavis Mawhinney
  • Maxine Sylvia Porter
  • Maxwell Walker
  • Michael Sholem Herman
  • Michael Stansfeld
  • Mildred Nora Young
  • Perpetual Charitable Trust
  • Mimi Kin May Tuck
  • Moira Helen Wildy
  • Mona Isobel Paul
  • N J Horton & Grace Horton Charitable Funds
  • Noel John Drake
  • Noela Adele Bebbington
  • Patricia Ann Britten
  • Patricia Downes
  • Patricia Mary Holmes Charitable Trust Fund
  • Peter Siminton
  • Rainer Naeher
  • Ralph John Owen Holland
  • Reynold William Land
  • Rita James
  • Robert Henry King
  • Robert McConnell
  • Romley Giddens
  • Rona Jean Pitman
  • Ronald Charles Forsythe
  • Ronald White
  • Ronald William Osborne
  • Rosa Turak
  • Rosemary Gleeson Rosemary Pritchard Charitable Trust
  • Rozalia Juliana Makray
  • Ruby Veronica Harvey
  • Rudolph Hally & Pia Martin Memorial Trust
  • S.T.A.F. - Alice & Edmund Ingouville-Williams Memorial
  • S.T.A.F. - Allan Sisson and Vera McMahon Donation
  • S.T.A.F. - Annie Gladys Matthews
  • S.T.A.F. - B & S Colee
  • S.T.A.F. - Beverley Eunice Stagg
  • S.T.A.F. - Bruce Leslie Powell
  • S.T.A.F. - Clarice Nellie Dibbin
  • S.T.A.F. - Dawn Ann Webb
  • S.T.A.F. - Dorothy Love
  • S.T.A.F. - Edward Thomas Thompson
  • S.T.A.F. - Ellen Jean Matthews
  • S.T.A.F. - Elsie Lynda Swinden
  • S.T.A.F. - Fay Lorraine Nelson
  • S.T.A.F. - Florence Grace Clark
  • S.T.A.F. - Harry Schofield
  • S.T.A.F. - James Henry McGarrigle
  • S.T.A.F. - Jennifer Nicholas Bequest
  • S.T.A.F. - Joseph Norman Mason
  • S.T.A.F. - Louis Philippe Herve Labonne Bequest
  • S.T.A.F. - Margaret Millicent Condron
  • S.T.A.F. - Margaret Robertson Wilson Memorial
  • S.T.A.F. - Maria Emily Hanstock
  • S.T.A.F. - Mary Veronica Hall
  • S.T.A.F. - Michael & Patrick Condon Memorial Fund
  • S.T.A.F. - Paula & Betty Clements Memorial
  • S.T.A.F. - Philippe Andrey Davies
  • S.T.A.F. - Phyllis Holman
  • S.T.A.F. - Phyllis Nerelle Turner
  • S.T.A.F. - Ralph J Harris & Helen A Harris Donation
  • S.T.A.F. - Sarah Josephine Logue Memorial Fund
  • S.T.A.F. - Thomas Henry and Marjorie Betty Barnard Donation
  • S.T.A.F. - William Arthur Shipperlee
  • Sherlea Patricia Adrain
  • Steven Joseph Lummis
  • Sybella McPhie
  • Sylvia Brown
  • The Allan Elkington Memorial Trust Fund
  • The Baldy Trust Fund
  • The Drury Trust
  • The Ethelwyn Elsbeth Richardson Trust
  • The Gavin Family Trust
  • The Isabel E and Francis J Hickmott Charitable Trust
  • The JOPA Charitable Trust
  • The Katrina May Russell Foundation
  • The Lionel and Aileen Fowler Charitable Trust
  • The Mary Jane Polinelli Foundation
  • The McFadden Charitable Fund
  • The Nancye Kent Perry Medical Resarch Memorial Fund
  • The Price Coulsell Wilson Fund
  • The William and Georgena Bradshaw Foundation
  • Thelma Cohen
  • Trevor Raymond Sayers
  • Valda Skinner
  • Valerie Gwendolyn King
  • Valerie Smith
  • Victor Russ Pittman Charitable Trust
  • Wilfred Gordon Hunt Foundation
  • William Cooper Charitable Trust
  • Yvonne Raphael-Oeser