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Stott Hoare’s long-term and meaningful relationships with the community reflects our commitment with local organisations and our desire to engage and contribute to the community in which we operate. Stott Hoare partners with cultural and educational institutions, charities and not for profit organisations to support a variety of causes throughout Western Australia.

Western Australian Symphony Orchestra

The West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO) is Western Australia’s largest and busiest performing arts company.

Stott Hoare has been supporting the orchestra for over 12 years, having the privilege to assist WASO in reaching out into the community and giving people across Western Australia and beyond the opportunity to experience the magic of classical music through concert performances, touring, education programs, and other initiatives. 


Princess Margaret Children's Hospital Foundation

Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation is the official fundraising body for Princess Margaret Hospital for Children (PMH), Western Australia's only specialist children's hospital.  

By supporting the Putt4Dough Golf Day, an annual event to raise money for the PMH Foundation, Stott Hoare has had the honour to deliver hope and joy, improving the quality of life of sick Western Australian children for the past 5 years. 


Future Footprints Program WA

The Future Footprints Programme supports Indigenous male and female students from remote regions of Western Australia.

The primary goal of the programme is to ensure the engagement of Indigenous students with the education system, to foster a sense of belonging and self worth, and provide Indigenous students with the confidence, knowledge and skills to succeed. Stott Hoare has been supporting one of the annual events, the Future Footprints Camp Leadership, for 3 years now.


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