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Hancock Prospecting supporting the new Legacy House in Greenslopes

Posted on | By Emily Kuehner

Legacy Brisbane is pleased to acknowledge the generous support of Hancock Prospecting to the Bring it Home campaign. As an Australian business leader, Mrs Rinehart’s generous commitment for those who have served and their families must be commended. This significant gift follows Mrs. Rinehart’s significant and extensive long term support for numerous organisations supporting veterans and their families over many years. Mrs Rinehart’s inspiring gift will help Legacy deliver on an old promise and will enable Legacy Brisbane to set a new standard of care for veterans’ families

As a long term supporter of veterans, be that through her companies offering employment or having made donations to the Special Air Services (SAS) Resources Fund, Commando Welfare Trust, RSLWA & Legacy WA and Soldier On where she was recently honoured with the title of Honorary Guardian of the Veteran Community, Mrs. Gina Rinehart AO is supporting Legacy Brisbane’s vision to provide much needed comprehensive and family-centred care to veterans and their families.

We are immensely grateful for Hancock Prospecting’s significant gift to Legacy House and look forward to recognising their generosity through our art program within the house.

Pictured: Mrs Sandra Power, Professor Graeme Nimmo RFD, Mrs Gina Rinehart AO, Her Excellency the Honourable Dr Jeannette Young AC PSM, Legacy Brisbane President Mr Paul Power at the Legacy Brisbane Gala Dinner 2023.

To learn more about the new Legacy House in Greenslopes, please visit bringithome.org.au.

Emily Kuehner
Emily Kuehner