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Published on: Philanthropy

The Ottomin Foundation commits to three-year partnership with the Wanderers Foundation

The Ottomin Foundation is thrilled to announce it has entered into a three-year funding partnership with the Western Sydney Wanderers FC Foundation.

Launched in 2020, the Wanderers Foundation builds community and connectedness through the game of football. The Foundation extends the impact of the Wanderers Football Club via youth development, female football, multicultural engagement, indigenous football promotion and support of disadvantaged youth. Through its programs, the Foundation is supporting the people of Western Sydney regardless of their cultural background or personal circumstance.

At the Ottomin Foundation, a key philanthropic giving focus is adolescent and youth support. We view the transition from adolescence to adulthood as a critical window of opportunity and a prime stage of life to set young people onto a pathway of prosperity.

We are delighted to partner with Wanderers Foundation and look forward to supporting them as they connect community through the gift of football.

Picture 1: L-R Mike McClellan (Ottomin Foundation Patron); Scott Hudson (CEO, Western Sydney Wanderers FC) and Richard Kovacs (Ottomin Foundation Chairman).

Picture 2: Mike and Richard with players.