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Lou’s Place celebrates 25 years of empowering women

This year, Lou’s Place celebrates 25 years of providing community, compassion and dignity for thousands of women. The special milestone was marked with a celebration on 5 June 2024 by donors, staff and friends, past and present, all of whom have played some part in

A decade in the making: Black Dog Institute’s RAFT project

It was a special moment for the Ottomin Foundation at its charity committee meeting on 11 March 2024 as the Black Dog Institute acknowledged the ten-year relationship of the two organisations and Ottomin’s $250,000 donation for their RAFT (Reconnecting AFTer a Suicide Attempt) project. Since

Taronga Western Plains Zoo officially opens its Platypus Rescue HQ

The world’s largest purpose-built platypus conservation centre, Platypus Rescue HQ, was officially opened on 13 February 2024 at Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo. The state-of-the-art headquarters combines a research centre, rescue and rehabilitation facilities, and a pre-release area to prepare recovered platypus for release

Ottomin Foundation joins the Wild Futures journey at Taronga Zoo

The Ottomin Foundation is delighted to announce its commitment of $1 million to the Taronga Conservation Society Wild Futures project. The Wild Futures project is the most ambitious project in Taronga’s history for Australian wildlife and comprises three new facilities – two world-class Wildlife Hospitals