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Joe started in public practice in 1993 and grew the business as a sole practitioner to a staff of 17, with offices in Perth and Albany and clients across Australia. Many of our wonderful, loyal staff have been with us at Porters for between 10 and 18 years and numerous clients have been with Porters since its inception. We are a family; closely connected and committed to a shared path.
Joe passed away from brain cancer in 2017. His wish was that Porters would continue to grow and develop for our families, our staff and the future generations and that our ethics and values would remain an integral part of who we are and what we do for our clients.
Our business is guided by our mission, vision and values. These were created in consultation with Joe and Jill Porter, Simon Terry and our wonderful team. We are committed to providing excellent service expected by our clients and maintaining Porters CA as a family run, WA business.
Porters CA continues to be run by the Porter and Terry families.
To acknowledge Joe’s significant involvement at Porters we support COGNO Brain Cancer Research as our nominated charity.
If you wish to make a tax deductible donation, click here
Riding for a cause – Simon Terry
I know too many people affected by cancer including friends who have died, others who have lived and some who are still not sure which way they will go.
I am the managing director at Porters CA – Chartered Accountants because my brother in law, Joe Porter, sadly passed away from a brain tumour which was an aggressive form of cancer.
I decided to ride because sometimes you have to stand for something to make a difference, to do what you know is right. https://portersca.com/when-values-matter/
Please provide your support to this great cause and to my enjoyment in going for a ride while emotionally riding with those who can’t ride with me.
This year, I am joining over 800 riders in a 2-day, 200km bike ride to raise funds for cancer research right here in WA at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research.
Around 1600 people are diagnosed with brain cancer in Australia annually and approximately 1200 die from the disease every year. Brain cancer kills more children in Australia than any other disease and more people under 40 than any other cancer. Cure Brain Cancer Foundation is dedicated to accelerating the development of new treatments to increase five-year to survival from the current 20% to 50% by 2023.