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Goosebumps moment for Goldsworthy

A mentor is there to give, guide, show, advise and listen, yet it’s far from a one-way street. I’ve gained just as much, if not more from the talented individuals/mentees I’ve been fortunate to work with. 

Last week I stood back and watched one helluva young man shine, fulfilling the potential I always knew he had beyond his business acumen. 

Ray White New Farm sales and marketing consultant Patrick Goldsworthy, alongside his good mate Andrew McKinney Welch, reached their goal of raising more than $500,000 at their ‘Dining for Dementia’ 2023 gala at Howard Smith Wharves. Pat and Andrew had the support of Margot McKinney of McKinney’s Jewellers, as well as a number of sponsors & donors who contributed to making the night as excpetional as it was.

The lads teamed up to support a cause close to both of their hearts, with an impressive $503,900 now on its way to the Queensland Brain Institute. 

The QBT, based in Brisbane, is the flagship neuroscience research institute at The University of Queensland (UQ), and a world-leader in brain research. 

All funds raised at last week’s ‘Dining for Dementia’ are going towards critical work at QBI’s Clem Jones Centre for Ageing Dementia Research (CJCADR), which is home to a board-based and multidisciplinary team of 100 researchers focused on understanding dementia and developing disease-modifying treatments. 

I know Pat could teach me a thing or two about directing passion towards purpose. I’m proud of you mate.

I hope you enjoy the read.

Matt Lancashire