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  • Hachette Australia

The Damage Undone

Bernadette Clohesy

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Biography: general, Prose: non-fiction

THE DAMAGE UNDONE examines the vital work of one of Australia s most import NGOs and its inspirational founder.

How did, Jane Rowe, who was born in England in the mid 50s, raised in a mansion, educated at one of the most exclusive girls schools in Britain, and a survivor of the punk era in London, end up as a single mother of three in Melbourne, with a job in a drug rehab unit? And then go on to become the founder of one of the fastest growing children s charities in Australia?

The Mirabel Foundation, like its founder, is vibrant and ever evolving connected to all the things she s interested in entertainment, music and comedy and centred around one of the liveliest areas of Melbourne, St Kilda. That explains how she got so many well-known entertainers to support this cause. But the basis of it all is the children lonely children, frightened children, abandoned children all innocent victims of their parents drug addiction. Jane Rowe has put light back into their lives while taking a big chunk out of her own.

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