In 2009, Jeffrey Grosset established the Grosset Gaia Fund, a capital fund that invests in responsible, sustainable organisations with a positive environmental impact. The dividends (or at least five percent per year) are donated to charitable organisations supporting youth, the arts, research and the environment. The administration cost is minimal and there are no salaries so the money goes straight to charities.
So far, it has supported:
- Wool Wine and Wheat Country Education Fund of Australia (Clare Valley Region) assisting tertiary students from rural areas
- South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (Grosset Gaia Fund is a founding ambassador)
- Teen Rescue Foundation to assist youth against alcohol abuse, and
- University of South Australia to undertake literature review on wine closures.