Foundation’s Head of Philanthropy Recognised at Creative Australia 2024 National Partnership Awards

20 Jun 2024

Jo Malone, the Foundation for the WA Museum’s Head of Philanthropy, was recognised for her achievements in arts fundraising and advocacy with a special commendation at the Creative Australia 2024 National Partnership Awards on Sydney on 18 June.
The Creative Australia Partnership Awards at celebrate exemplary individuals from Australia’s philanthropy, business and arts sectors who show leadership in private giving, philanthropy and business partnerships with the arts. 
The award recipients are inspiring advocates who encourage others to give to the arts. Their generosity contributes to the social impact the creative industries make on the lives of Australians.  
Jo was recognised for her work in driving private sector support to the arts, and the way in which she mentors and supports other arts fundraisers to lift the standard of fundraising practice in Australia, as well as achieving her own fundraising success.
As Creative Australia CEO Adrian Collette AM said, “This year’s inspiring Partnership Award recipients are committed leaders who actively collaborate to connect Australians with the creative sector. It is wonderful to see the vibrant possibilities when philanthropy and business support the arts.”
We value Jo as a passionate and committed colleague and advocate for arts philanthropy who has a huge impact on the sector in Western Australia. Congratulations, Jo, we couldn’t be more proud! 

Images courtesy of Creative Australia.