BASScare relies heavily on the support we receive from many generous individuals and organisations who share our commitment to older people.

We would like to thank all of our donors for their generous support, in particular the following major sponsors whose contribution over the last few years has assisted us to make a vital difference to the lives of many:

The Surrey Hills and Canterbury branches of the Bendigo Bank are our major local sponsors.

Diamond Sponsors

Estate of Olive May Adam
The Jack Brockhoff Foundation
John T Reid Charitable Trusts
Rotary Club of Camberwell

Gold Sponsors

The Baker Foundation
Collier Charitable Trust
Ian Rollo Currie Estate Foundation
Edna Curwen – Walker Estate
The Marian & E H Flack Trust
Arthur Emilio Loyer Estate

Ruby Sponsors

Aged Persons Welfare Foundation
Robert Bulley
The Honda Foundation
Lions Club of Boroondara Central
The R E Ross Trust
Helen Macpherson Smith Trust

Silver Sponsors

William Angliss (Victoria) Charitable Fund
Bell Charitable Fund
City of Boroondara
The Cybec Foundation
Annie Danks Trust
Ivor Ronald Evans Foundation
The Freemasons Public Charitable Foundation

Grosvenor Foundation
IOOF Foundation
Jreissati Foundation
Selwyn Henry Langston Estate
Lord Mayor’s Charitable Fund
Sunshine Foundation
Trust Company Ltd

Trusts managed by Perpetual
Pierce Armstrong Trust
Estate of the Late Edward Wilson
Hilton White Bequest
Joe White Bequest
Estate of Blanche Collings

Becoming a Sponsor

If you are interested in becoming a BASScare Major Sponsor please call:

Craig Bardrick
PO Box 304
Canterbury, Victoria, 3126 Australia
Phone: (03) 8809 0001
Fax: (03) 8809 0088

Our Patron, Jeanne Pratt AC

BASScare have been very fortunate to be granted the support of the wonderful Jeanne Pratt AC as our Patron.

Jeanne is a celebrated Melbourne arts patron and philanthropist and founded the Pratt Foundation, with her late husband, Richard, in 1978. The Foundation supports a multitude of causes and Jeanne is recognized as one of Australia’s most generous benefactors and philanthropists.

Jeanne’s rapport with BASScare is evident in her words; “I accept (your invitation) with pleasure as I’m in the afternoon tea of life and a proud resident of Boroondara”.