Ros Worthington, OAM makes a difference in people’s lives.

 

"Turning my pain into power by helping others less fortunate nourishes my soul and lifts my spirits in a way no other act of giving can. That’s why, for me, the power of giving is definitely philanthropy at its best."

 

 

Big hART is Australia’s leading arts and social change organisation. Our work assists vulnerable people who are experiencing complex disadvantage to have a voice, reimagine their future, gain skills to tell their story, and help drive generational change.

 
 
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BIGhART MAKES ARt

Everyone, everywhere has the right to culture.

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BIGhART BUILDS COMMUNITY

Everyone, everywhere has the right to belong.

 

Testimonials

Your unstinting contribution and participation with the various charities over the years has been astounding - from involvement with Breast Cancer Care WA to the present charity ‘The Love Angels Projects” - a charity, like Telethon, where children are the primary focus.”
— Kerry Stokes AC
Ros Worthington is a great Western Australian who has earned respect and made a difference to our community. She should be applauded for her lifetime contributions in the public and private domain and I for one greatly admire what she does, as I have seen first-hand what an impact she has on others.”
— Justin Langer, Coach of the Australian National Cricket Team

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THE POWER OF GIVING

A catalyst for change!

From battler to celebrated philanthropist, Ros Worthington OAM, certainly has led a varied and challenging life. Hers is a story worthy of sharing and that’s just what she has done with the release of her new self-published book.