E25: Does charity begin at home? (Part 2)
In Part 2 of our wide-ranging chat with Hayley Baillie, luxury tourism operator and Tourism Australia board member, Life Collective’s Michelle Cox explores Hayley’s deep-seated commitment to supporting Indigenous Australian artists and her love of environmental conservancy. Where did it all start for Hayley Baillie?
Links to some of the things Hayley touched on:
- Hayley is one of the founding patrons of the Australian Red Cross Society of Women Leaders Tiffany Circle. More about the giving circle and the good works they do with local communities here.
- Dick Smith was a proud Scout. Read more about Dick’s career with the Scouts here. And check out Scouts Australia to find out more about the movement.
- Dick talks about the Dick & Pip Smith Foundation in a long-ranging interview with Radio National’s Rachel Kohn on The Spirit of Things program.
- Longitude 131°, the Baillie Lodge in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, has forged close ties with local indigenous communities and artist.
- Established in 1948, Ernabella Arts is the oldest, continuously running indigenous arts centre in Australia. More about the Ernabella Arts studio here.