Our supporters

Thank you to all our funders, donors and supporters.

We thank all our generous donors, funders, partners and supporters. Your commitment to assisting full and equal access to opportunities, resources, education and employment is invaluable. Without you, we could not achieve all that we do for women, girls and their families.

Major Donors and Philanthropic supporters

Alice Vaughan

Bryan Murphy


Catholic Church Insurance Limited

Collier Charitable Fund

Cornwall Stoddart Lawyers

Country Womens Association

David Byrne

Deakin University

Dora O’Sullevan

Gandel Philanthropy

Gina Fiske

Greg Shalit

HJ Bennetto Family Trust

Holy Trinity Anglican Church

John and Riezel Kinsella

Jonathon Webster

Kinsella Associates

Lady Primrose Potter

Madeleine Heath

Margaret Ryan

Marrich Charitable Foundation

Mary Ahern

Mary Henley-Collopy

Matana Foundation for Young People

Megan Cole

Miriam Faine

Mounties Group

Pamela Farrington

Paul Mullaly

Peter & May Kofoed

Phyllis Breen

Rae and Peter Gunn Family Foundation

Revamped Jewellery

Rita Andre Ross Howie

Rotary Club of Hastings Western Port

Saturday Morning Amateur Golfers (SMAGs)

Sisters of the Good Shepherd - Leederville

Sorento Sailing Couta Boat Club

Southern Peninsula Community Fund

St Monica’s College

Stephen Alomes

Stephen Mitchell

Swinburne University

Tamarix Poultry Farm

The De Sousa Family (Lionel De Sousa Fund)

The Phyllis Connor Memorial Trust

The William Angliss (Victoria) Charitable Fund



Corporate supporters

Caterpillar Australia

Energy Australia


Morgan Stanley

South East Water


John Date, generous supporter for 50 years!

John’s connection and support for Good Shepherd began in the 1960s. "I realised that Good Shepherd needed extra financial support and that I was in a position to assist. “At the time, they provided programs and services for women and children where there was no government assistance, and I developed an affinity for the Good Shepherd mission. “When I was growing up, the need for philanthropy was instilled in me. If one was fortunate in life there was a corresponding obligation or duty to help others who have not been so fortunate.” Thank you for your ongoing support John!