Shaw and Partners Financial Services: Paving the Path to Paediatric Excellence at Gold Dinner 2024

9 April 2024 | Expected time to read: 2 minutes

Shaw and Partners

We are thrilled to announce that Shaw and Partners Financial Services are the Presenting Partner for Gold Dinner 2024. This partnership marks Shaw and Partners Financial Services’ third consecutive year supporting Gold Dinner, with their commitment growing stronger each year. As we embark on this journey to build a brighter future for sick kids, Shaw and Partners Financial Services' unwavering support is invaluable. 

At the heart of this collaboration lies a shared commitment to making a difference in the lives of children and families facing health challenges. With over $30 billion in assets under advice, Shaw and Partners Financial Services is a leading wealth management and investment banking firm with a rich 35-year history. Beyond their professional achievements, Shaw and Partners Financial Services have demonstrated a profound dedication to philanthropy, donating over $10 million to various charities and contributing 1,200 volunteer hours per year through the Shaw and Partners Foundation.

Earl Evans, Co-CEO of Shaw and Partners Financial Services, expressed his firm belief in the cause, stating, "Children are our future, and there will always be a need for funding cutting-edge research, technology, and resources." This sentiment underscores Shaw and Partners Financial Services’ unwavering commitment to supporting initiatives that empower children and families facing health adversities. 

Sydney Children's Hospitals Foundation is incredibly grateful for Shaw and Partners Financial Services' ongoing support. Their generous contributions and support at Gold Dinner 2022 and 2023 have enabled us to help advance groundbreaking research, provide access to life-saving treatments, and offer vital support services to families in need. As we strive to build innovative care facilities and equip them with the latest technology, Shaw and Partners Financial Services' partnership is instrumental. 

The impact of philanthropy cannot be overstated. Last year's Gold Dinner shattered records, raising an astonishing $19.2 million, which funded the new Kookaburra Centre set to open in 2025. This transformative project exemplifies the power of collective giving and underscores the critical role philanthropy plays in transforming lives and communities. 

As we look ahead to Gold Dinner 2024, we are inspired by Shaw and Partners Financial Services' unwavering commitment to making a meaningful difference. Together, we are forging a new legacy of world-class care for sick kids, one that will impact generations to come. 

Brittany Hughes, General Manager - Wealth Management | Associate Director, George Deva, National Head of Private Wealth, and Kristina Keneally, CEO of Sydney Children's Hospitals Foundation

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