Celebrating a lifetime of generosity
After 28 years of supporting Mission Australia, 98-year-old Fred Kewley continues to extend his generosity by choosing to leave a gift in his Will.
In 1956, newlyweds Fred and Norene Kewley wanted to build their first home together. Although the couple loved travelling around the world, Earlwood, Sydney, will always be home.
I still live there today, I think I must be the second longest living resident here, says Fred, proud Mission Australia supporter.
Fred loves his home in Earlwood, and since his first donation to Mission Australia in 1992, Fred has been helping other families find a safe home too.
Fred is passionate about helping vulnerable people, particularly those seeking help from domestic and family violence.
Mission Australia look after people who are at the bottom of the ladder, they get them back up again as well, says Fred, proud Mission Australia supporter.
Born in Victoria, as the son of a minister, Fred also volunteered for various organisations.After decades of faithfully supporting Mission Australia’s work, Fred has committed to leaving a bequest in his Will to continue helping families in crisis find a safe home.
Mission Australia are a very deserving group who do so much for others, so it was an easy decision, says Fred, proud Mission Australia supporter.
Thank you for your incredible generosity, Fred.
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