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Social Ventures Australia

Right Now, Many Charites are struggling: a report published by Social Ventures Australia and the Centre for Social Impact

Will Australian charities be COVID-19 casualties or partners in recovery? A financial health check was recently published by Social Ventures Australia (SVA) and the Centre for Social Impact (CSI). This insightful paper models the potential impact of COVID-19 on the financial health of Australia’s 16,000 registered charities who employ people, to better understand the

Get moving to help feed Taronga Zoo animals

Ottomin Foundation members got moving in June creating a team in Run Wild for Taronga challenge. Like most organisations, the Covid-19 lockdowns were tough for Taronga Zoo causing service disruption, loss of income and higher costs. That's why Taronga called out to its supporters asking
Lous Place

Lou’s Place is Full!

After 21 years in their terrace in Kings Cross, Lou's Place, the only community-based day-time refugee for women in Sydney is looking for new premises. After two decades on the busy Victoria Street, Lou's has launched a capital campaign to raise $5m for a new

Sydney Zoo Foundation Announces Support of Science for Wildlife

Following the 2020 NSW Black Summer Bushfires, Science for Wildlife is the first grant recipient from the newly established Sydney Zoo Foundation, in partnership with the Ottomin Foundation and the Ivany Foundation, receiving $100,000 to support displaced animal species, mainly koalas, in the Blue Mountains area. This is
SZ Ribbon Cutting

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian Officially Opens the Sydney Zoo

Today, the Premier of New South Wales, Gladys Berejiklian, declared Sydney Zoo open for business at an official ribbon-cutting ceremony, ahead of Sydney’s newest attraction opening to the public on 7th December 2019. Boosting Western Sydney’s lifestyle and tourism offerings, the Zoo is a one-of-a-kind

Pararoos Win Against Canada in Long-Awaited Home Match

Ottomin Foundation Charity Committee members, Richard Kovacs and Ross Pettaras attended the Pararoos’ first match on home soil since the 2000 Paralympic Games, playing against Canada in an international friendly match. Pararoos marked their historic home clash in style, cruising to a 5-0 win at Cromer Park. More