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Former Wesfarmers colleagues Trevor Eastwood (left) and Michael Chaney have supported the UWA campaign.

UWA campaign exceeds $400m

Former Wesfarmers boss Trevor Eastwood has stayed out of the limelight since exiting Perth’s corporate scene, but has broken his silence to publicise his largest-ever philanthropic donation.

Mr Eastwood and his wife, Judy, have pledged $5 million to the University of Western Australia’s New Century campaign, which recently surpassed its $400 million target.

Mr Eastwood told Business News he has supported many causes, mostly in education and the arts, and like many philanthropists has not sought recognition.

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