Rinehart is no stranger to the SAS Resources Fund, having a long affiliation with the charity established after the Black Hawk tragedy of 1996 to support servicemen and their families. It also counted Buckeridge scion Sam, former WA governor and also 24th Governor-General Michael Jeffery and exWoodside boss Peter Coleman as donors last year.
In preparation for Tokyo, rowing Australia had the special opportunity to train with Queensland ballet, an opportunity the patron of both rowing and artistic swimming had arranged for rowing and artistic swimming. last night in Adelaide, Rowing Australia had the honour of meeting with ballet superstar, Queensland Ballet Artistic Director, Li Cunxin , in Adelaide.
Hancock Prospecting has backed a $1 million personal donation to the Special Air Services Resources Fund by its executive chair Gina Rinehart with a further $500,000 contribution to support Australia’s elite soldiers. Announced at a private event at the Hancock head office last night the contribution is in addition to $110,000 donated by iron ore miner Roy Hill Holdings, majority-owned by Hancock and also chaired by Mrs Rinehart.
In addition to Executive Chairman Mrs. Gina Rinehart’s significant personal donation, both Hancock Prospecting and Roy Hill contributed generously to the Special Air Service Resources Fund to provide financial assistance to relieve the hardship being experienced by serving and former members of the SAS and their families.
World Milk Day is not only a celebration of milk, but a celebration of the hardworking Aussie dairy communities. Dairy farming families take pride in feeding and nourishing our country. Australia’s dairy farmers have been proudly producing the dairy foods we love every day for almost 200 years.