SAHMRI. Inspired research, better health for all.

Become a Founding Ambassador


Founding Ambassadors investing in our future

Our Founding Ambassadors play a unique role in helping establish SAHMRI’s ongoing financial sustainability.  

These committed philanthropists acknowledge that investing in medical research can be a long-term proposition. They are dedicated to working with us to improve the health of babies, children, young adults and families across Australia, and around the world. 

The role of a Founding Ambassador 

Our Founding Ambassadors’ contributions go beyond just the financial. They: 

  • donate a minimum amount of $25,000, which can be paid to the Institute over a period of one to five years 
  • build and strengthen both community awareness of and support for SAHMRI 
  • show enthusiasm and commitment to SAHMRI’s work  
  • spread SAHMRI’s message by speaking to friends, colleagues and family members 
  • encourage people to learn more about SAHMRI by visiting SAHMRI’s website, signing up for the e-newsletter and following the organisation via social media 
  • encouraging people to donate to SAHMRI as a matched gift 

Get in touch 

For a confidential discussion about how you can become a Founding Ambassador, please get in touch with our Development team:

  • Rose Senesi 
    Stakeholder Engagement Manager (Monday-Thursday) 
    (+61) 0404 860 160
    (08) 8128 4005


You can't miss us

North Terrace
Adelaide 5000
South Australia

Postal address

PO Box 11060
Adelaide 5001
South Australia


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SAHMRI is located on the traditional lands of the Kaurna people.

The SAHMRI community acknowledges and pays respect to the Kaurna people as the traditional custodians of the Adelaide region. We also acknowledge the deep feelings of attachment and the relationship of the Kaurna people to their country. We pay our respects to the Kaurna peoples' ancestors and the living Kaurna people today.