Shaw and Partners donates $100,000 to JDRF Australia Foundation27 May 2021

Shaw and Partners is very pleased to support the annual JDRF Australia Annual Giving Day with Shaw and Partners Foundation Chair Russell Karlson presenting a cheque to JDRF CEO Mike Wilson OAM this morning for $100,000.

The Shaw and Partners Foundation along with a number of other Foundations and private philanthropists have underwritten the JDRF gift matching Annual Giving Day from public donations received up to 10 June 2021.

If you would like to make double the difference to kids suffering from Type 1 Diabetes then donate here by June 10 and your contribution will support these doubling efforts.

Great to be giving back.

 

The Shaw and Partners Foundation has raised over $4 million for charity since its inception in 2015. To find out more visit the dedicated section on our website.

 

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