Founded the Brotherhood as a religious order.Pioneered social welfare activities to address poverty.
Established the donated goods division. Anglican priest; later Archbishop of Perth.
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Nephew of Father Tucker.Took a lead in establishing Community Aid Abroad.
Anglican priest; later became Archbishop of Brisbane, then Governor-General of Australia.Led the campaign 'Promise the children against child poverty'.
Previously Director of Income and Business Development, oversaw Diamond Jubilee Year.
Anglican bishop, strong advocate of social justice for all Australians.Supported close links between Brotherhood research and services.
Anglican priest, born in the United Kingdom, had set up income-generating activities with disadvantaged people.Fostered the concept of social enterprise.
Board member, oversaw transition period.
Brought strong background in services and policy development with people at risk of homelessness.
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