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The Pararoos to play in the World Cup in Spain

The Pararoos, Australia’s national football team for men with cerebral palsy or acquired brain injury, will soon play their first match of the 2022 IFCPF World Cup, which is being held in Salou, Spain. The Pararoos are entering the tournament ranked tenth. This month, they

Football Australia launches the ParaMatildas

The Sydney Opera House provided a stunning backdrop for the launch of the ParaMatildas, Australia’s first international football team for women and girls with cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury, and symptoms of stroke, on 7 March 2022. This momentous unveiling introduced to the public the

A new era for Lou’s Place in Redfern

The 6th December 2021 heralded a new era for Lou’s Place as it opened its doors from its new home in Redfern. The new site, located on Renwick Street, has meant that Lou’s Place can double the number of women it can support. Lou’s Place

Taronga Team Challenge

The wild Sydney weather did not dampen the enthusiasm of attendees at the 2021 Taronga Challenge which took place on Saturday 27 November 2021 despite the city’s inclement weather. The 2021 Derby, an annual fundraising event for the zoo, proceeded with a slightly modified program

Beyond MatchFit – the 2021 Ottomin Offsite

The annual Ottomin Group offsite, held this year in November at the picturesque Spicer Sangoma Retreat at the foothills of the Blue Mountains, was an opportunity for the group to undertake deep work in portfolio management and philanthropic objectives for 2022 and beyond. The group

Congratulations Youth Insearch: 2021 Impact100 grant recipient

The 2021 Impact100 Sydney North virtual grants event was a wonderful celebration of collective giving and provided over 100 members and friends the opportunity to tune in and learn more about four inspiring organisations, which transform and impact our Sydney community. This year, the Impact100

Aqua celebrations for the Rainbow Club

The Ottomin Foundation was delighted to be involved in the biennial Rainbow Club Aqua Awards on 20 October 2021. The Rainbow Club is a network of social swimming clubs for children with disability. Every two years the club holds a special awards ceremony to recognise

lous place is moving

Lou’s Place is moving!

After many months undertaking property inspections to find a suitable new building, Lou’s Place is excited to announce that it will be moving to a bigger home by the end of 2021. Lou’s Place is Sydney’s only community-based day-time refugee for women. It currently serves
Impact 100 Sydney

2021 Impact100 Sydney North Grants are now Open

As an Impact100 member, the Ottomin Foundation is spreading the word and letting our partners know that the 2021 Grants season is now open. Please visit the IMPACT100 Sydney North website. Since its launch in 2017, the IMPACT100 Sydney North community has sought to transform