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We are dedicated to seeing isolated and vulnerable communities empowered with practical tools for trauma recovery, reconciliation and resilience


Simon Rattray - Founder

Simon was born and raised in Indonesia. He has experience as a minister of religion, and has worked as a musician, educator and trainer in leadership and community development. Simon has served alongside persecuted communities in the third world, caring for victims of trauma and distributing aid. Simon feels an urgency to build bridges between communities in the third world and Australia.

Allison Rattray - Creative Director

Allison has twelve year’s experience as a business owner and Real Estate Photographer. Due to the increasing demand for Project114’s services, Allison took on the full-time role of Creative Director with the charity in 2020. 

Allison is a watercolour artist and qualified Art Therapist. Allison's desire is to help women and children experience emotional healing, personal insight and transformation through the use of creative expression. 

Purchase Allison's Art & Cards here

Mark Hingston - Chairman


I’m married to Liza, with four adult children and seven grandkids – now retired. I have worked in the international trade arena for most of my life, both in service and product delivery. This has led to living and working in the USA, UK and various states of Australia. I held a variety of senior management rolls throughout this time. Additionally, I was a partner in an Australian business and launched another company in the USA.

I have been actively involved in many leadership rolls from small business to large organisations and churches, serving on national boards as well as Chairman in one organisation for over a decade. My work and ministry life has resulted in me engaging comfortably with people cross culturally, both personally and in my leaderships rolls. The arena of mental heath care and trauma recovery is a much needed service. So, Project114 matched my heart on retirement -  Wanting to be a part of something that makes the biggest impact in my remaining years.

Richard Daniel - Board Member

I have a lovely wife Julie and 2 adult children. I began my media career early in 1977. During my radio days I learned a lot about media in working with many key leaders in Australian Media. Positions ranged from on air, sales management and also several positions as station manager. My wife and I also owned two NSW Commercial Radio Stations at one stage.

In 2002, I moved my family to The Sunshine Coast to join the Management team of Christian Vision CV. CV now works in over 100 counties Globally. I am a Board Member of CV Asia Pacific as well as The Australian Peak Media Body called Christian Media Arts Australia and Salt FM on the Sunshine Coast. Project 114 is a wonderful ministry that has grown and developed. Over the years I have been a keen support for Simon and I love the work that he and Allison are doing.


Brett Garmeister - Treasurer

Brett was born, raised and currently lives in the Lockyer Valley in Qld. After completing a Business degree in 1990 he has gone on to own and run a successful accounting and financial planning business for the past 31 years. Brett is also an active member in his local church where he currently serves as an Elder. Brett has always had a passion for assisting the persecuted. He is excited to play a small part in assisting project one:fourteen achieve the vision of empowering vulnerable communities with practical tools for trauma recovery, reconciliation & resilience.

Phillip Weidemann - Secretary

I'm married to Karen and have two happily married daughters and two grandsons. I have over 30 years’ experience in pastoral and counselling work. My life has been defined by a difficult childhood, the life and death of my severely disabled son and a lot of miracles along the way.

I'm involved in Project 114 because of my personal experience in trauma healing, psychology, and strategic thinking and leadership insight; if my experience and gifting in these areas can be a encouragement to those who suffer daily, then that will be enough for me.

Corne' Esterhuysen - Board Member

I am a rural and remote specialist in medicine, working in a busy Emergency Department. I have the privilege to be part of death, pain , suffering , heartache and miraculous recovery daily. I support Project 114 because of the personal outreach to individuals in their journey through trauma and crisis. The fact that we get to support people in some of the worlds hardest places is very important to me. 

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