• Impact investment to boost Wildlife Wonders

    27 Feb 2019

    A $500,000 impact investment loan has started the ball rolling for an important social enterprise and conservation project on the Great Ocean Road near Apollo Bay.

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  • A gift of pristine bushland

    7 Feb 2019

    Residents of Pakenham, Officer, Upper Beaconsfield and the surrounding area will be able to enjoy a wonderful new recreation reserve following a gift of 47 hectares of pristine bushland to Cardinia Shire Council. Known as the Hillview Bushland Reserve...

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  • 2017-18 Annual report released

    31 Oct 2018

    The Ross Trust has released its 2017-18 annual report, showcasing the incredible work done by organisations across Victoria, with over $4 million in grants distributed by the Trust in the last financial year.

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  • New Trustees appointed

    1 Jul 2018

    The RE Ross Trust Trustees is pleased to announce the appointment of two new Trustees and Directors of Hillview Quarries. Mr Jon Webster and Ms Prue Digby will replace Ms Eda Ritchie AM and Mr Ian Renard AM, who will retire from their trustee and directorship responsibilities on 30 June 2018, after 21 years and 20 years respectively.

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  • Ross Trust welcomes new CEO

    30 Nov 2017

    We are pleased to announce that Sarah Hardy has been appointed as our new Chief Executive Officer and will commence in the role in late January 2018. Sarah has spent the last four years as CEO of the Menzies Foundations and held leadership and management positions in the philanthropic and not-for-profit sectors for 28 years.

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  • Ross Trust welcomes new Trustee

    1 Jul 2017

    The Ross Trust welcomes Jeremy Kirkwood as Trustee commencing 1August 2017.Jeremy is a highly respected corporate advisor, Mr Kirkwood has been a principal with Pilot Advisory Group and was previously a Managing Director at Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley and Austock.

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  • $1 million to return Neds Corner to its natural state

    1 May 2013

    In 2002, The R E Ross Trust partnered with Trust for Nature to purchase Neds Corner, now the state's biggest privately held conservation property, and return it to its natural state after 153 years of pastoral enterprise.

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