Our Impact100 SA family continues to grow as more generous South Australians reach out to be part of our collective giving movement – people like Paul Mayers
I’m really happy to be joining Impact100 as throughout my career I’ve worked with community organisations that relied on the support of philanthropists, and I’ve always promised that when I was able, I would play my part in giving back. Being part of Impact means I get to combine my donation with others to maximise the benefit. I also like that Impact members get the opportunity to meet with the charities and to be able to support them in all sorts of ways, including volunteering for them or going on their Boards, or simply advocating for them.
We are thrilled that Paul not only chose to support Impact100 but also that he chose South Australia as his home, having migrated here in 2018 from the UK. Paul is working to make SA an even better place to live, having established a social enterprise here that supports young people into employment.
When he is not working, Paul loves spending time with his partner Craig, their dog Banjo, a Blue Heeler /Kelpie rescue, walking, cooking and inventing cocktails.
Paul came to hear about Impact100 while undertaking the Governor’s Leadership Foundation program with our Chair, Kathryn House AM, along with several of our other members Alexandra Dimos, Valerie Sim, Sef van den Nieuwelaar and Aaron Vogt.