Founding Ambassadors

SAHMRI is able to improve the health and wellbeing of our community thanks to the generosity of a broad range of organisations, groups and individuals
Founding Ambassadors

SAHMRI is able to improve the health and wellbeing of our community thanks to the generosity of a broad range of organisations, groups and individuals – none more so than our Founding Ambassadors.

Our Founding Ambassadors are a group of inspaired and passionate supporters who were instrumental in setting us on the path to sustainability and success.

We’re eternally grateful to those who, from the beginning, have shared SAHMRI’s vision to conduct inspired research that leads to better health outcomes for all:

  • Frank Agostino
  • Robert and Marjory Ahrens
  • Stefan and Leanne Ahrens
  • Deepankur Bhatia
  • Kay and Julian Burton
  • Rob and Lisa Chapman
  • David and Nicole Crawford
  • Detmold Group
  • Greg and Lynn Drew
  • Colin and Libby Dunsford
  • Ron and Janet Forster
  • In memoriam of Professor GJ Fraenkel
  • Theresa Girke and Professor Steve Wesselingh
  • Hon. Tom Gray
  • Jeffrey Grosset
  • The Late David R Gunn
  • Jill Hammond, Amanda Buttery and Belinda Buttery
  • Alister and Susan Haigh
  • Nick and Nikki Heywood-Smith
  • Greg, Kate, Victoria and Henry Hobby
  • Susan Hoopmann
  • Professor John Hopwood AM and Barbara Hopwood
  • Nick and Kathryn House
  • The Late Robert Kennedy
  • Hugh and Fiona MacLachlan
  • McMahon Services
  • Loretta Reynolds
  • Shaun Rolevink
  • Frank and Kathy Seeley
  • Dr Lea Thin Seow
  • David and Kathryn Simmons
  • Josh and Cathy Simons
  • Ian Wall OAM and Pam Wall OAM
  • Peter and Lisa Weeks
  • The Melissa White Family
  • Bill Williams
  • Leeann and David Wilson
  • Alan Young AM & Susan Young
  • Professor Paul Zimmet AO 
  • Vivien Zimmet

SAHMRI is also indebted to our other significant philanthropic partners