All donors who make a gift or fulfil a pledge over three years will be permanently acknowledged as Founding Donors of the Carrolup Centre.
Founding Donors will be gratefully recognised by name in The West Australian during NAIDOC Week (8-13 November), in the Honour Roll below, and permanently on a beautiful installation within the Carrolup Centre itself.
The flowers represented below symbolise the flora that grows across the six Nyungar seasons at Carrolup.
BIARA (Banksia) | Up to $9,999
BIRAK – December to January – “Season of the young”
|Anonymous (8)||Natasha Allchurch||Sharon Apgar||Emily Beaverstock|
|Patti Belletty||Harry Bloch||Zoe Bloor||Cathryn Battersby|
|Roban Clarke||Tracy Clarke||Helena Cocoris||Brad Coleman|
|Chloe Dack||Genelle De Petra||Sarsha Duggleby||Joanne Fernandez|
|Janine Freeman MLA||Michelle Gianatti||Damian Gordon||David How Hieng Hii|
|Brie Holland||Jysae Hooper||Jennifer Kenny||Marilyn Lawson-James|
|Chris Malcolm||Phil May||Catherine McCracken||Kaycee Meads|
|Luisa Mitchell||Bev Offer||Jenny Pak||Alexandra Patterson|
|Gina Pearse||Liz Prendergast||Clarisse Reynoso||Nerissa Richardson|
|Christine Robins||Caroline Robson||Gillian Rodoreda||Michael Rowe|
|Fiona Salter||Nigar Sultana||Wayne Tyler||Fabienne Vonarburg and Lynne Pugh|
|Jessica Vulin||Sonia Wee||Katie Wilson||The Paperback Co|
JEERIJI (Macrozamia riedlei) | $10,000 – $24,999
BUNURU – February to March – “Season of adolescence”
MARRI (Red Gum) | $25,000 – $99,999
DJERAN – April to May – “Season of adulthood”
|Mandy Loton||Vivienne Stewart|
MANGAREL (Blueberry Lily) | $100,000 – $499,999
MAKURU – June to July – “Season of fertility”
MINDALENY (Wattle) | $500,000 – $999,999
DJILBA – August to September – “Season of conception”
CARA (Orchid) | $1 million +
KAMBARANG – October to November – “Season of birth”
The native flowers represented in each of the giving levels above were created by Jilalga Murray, a contemporary Aboriginal artist and graphic designer based in Perth, Western Australia.
Jilalga is an urban Nyangumarta & Yorta Yorta woman, with origins from both the Pilbara and the Riverina regions. She offers a personal service where cultural protocols and artistic integrity are highly respected, always.
Jilalga is passionate about sharing poignant stories, using bold imagery and bright, eye-catching techniques to create works that are unique and diverse.