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Wed 20 Aug 2014, 6:15pm–8:00pm

Where: St Hilda's Performing Arts Centre, Bay View Terrace, Mosman Park, Peppermint Grove, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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Impact100 WA presents ‘Generous Australians’: Janet Holmes à Court on Wednesday 20th August at St Hilda’s Performing Arts Centre 6:15 pm.

One of the key goals of Impact100 WA is to provide valuable educational opportunities for West Australians interested in philanthropy. Last year we spoke to leading businessman and philanthropist Andrew Forrest about what drives his philanthropic decisions and how he has became a leader in social investment. This year using the same interview style presentation we aim to delve into the depth and experience that Janet Holmes à Court has built up during her lifetime of social and business entrepreneurship.

Janet is one of Australia’s most awarded women. She has 6 honorary degrees, is an Office of the Order of Australia as well as being a Companion of the Order of Australia. She has won UK Veuve Clicquot’s Business Woman of the Year, become a National Trust Living Treasure and received the esteemed John Shaw Medal. Janet Holmes à Court also has a very public face as a leading philanthropist. She is currently the patron of 20 organisations and board member to many of WA & Australia’s key arts institutions including the West Australian Symphony Orchestra. In this open conversation with Janet we will be looking to hear from her about what has driven her private charitable interests and why philanthropy on every level is so important.

Join us to be inspired by her natural verve, energy, humour and story.