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Canberra’s Glenn Keys on charity and the launch of a new social housing project in the ACT

February 06th, 2016

What does Australian philanthropy look like? It's a question that Glenn Keys, who was last year's ACT nominee for Australian of the Year, has reflected on over the past 12 months.

Mr Keys was awarded the title for his work as both a philanthropist and a disability advocate.

His own interpretation approaches a milestne this year, as the first tenants of a new social housing model prepare to move in to their new homes.

Sydney Morning Herald

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