Brockhoff Foundation and The University of Melbourne

The Jack Brockhoff Child Health and Wellbeing Program is the grateful recipient of the 2008 Jack Brockhoff Centenary Gift. This gift has made a significant contribution to building long term human resource investment in our program and enabled substantial developments to novel and important ways of working. The gift also included the appointment of Professor Elizabeth Waters to The Jack Brockhoff Chair of Child Public Health.

The Jack Brockhoff Child Health Wellbeing Program provides a wonderful legacy to Sir Jack Brockhoff, who through his generosity established The Jack Brockhoff Foundation. The Foundation’s purpose is to provide philanthropic support to organisations whose activities are designed to have a positive and enduring impact on the health and well-being of communities.