We are extremely grateful for the continued support of our main sponsors.
We work in partnership to bring the bilby back from the brink of extinction. Dreamworld is the only Queensland non-government institution for approval to breed bilbies for release back into their natural environment of Queensland. Since obtaining approval from Queensland Government, Dreamworld has breed over 20 bilbies and released 11 back into the Currawinya National Park. Dreamworld opened a Semi-Nocturnal Bilby House to increase awareness about bilby conservation and the plight of this unique animal and has unique educational programs linked to Bilby conservation.
Dreamworld donations assist important conservation initiatives of the Save the Bilby Fund including assisting with Rangers at Currawinya National Park in south-west Queensland, the area used to release bilbies back into the wild as part of the Recovery Plan for the species. We have supported two documentaries released in recent times on Channel 10 and BBC which has included the Bilby Brothers and staff from Dreamworld involved in the captive breeding program.
Fyna Foods Australia Pty Ltd (Pink Lady chocolates)
On 6 March 2013, Tom Campbell (Executive Director) from Fyna Foods met with Frank Manthey, Al Mucci and other Save the Bilby Fund Board members and Larissa Waters (Greens Senator) to present a $10,000 cheque to Save the Bilby Fund.
FYNA foods have supported STBF each year since with a percentage of the proceeds from the sale of Pink Lady bilbies and other chocolates going to the fund.
EnviroPrint Australia are proud to provide ongoing support for Save The Bilby Fund by supplying graphic design assistance as well as printed brochures and flyers. Reclaimed potential waste paper was used for these items, that otherwise would have been destined for recycling. This enables us to use our skills and resources to assist others in a positive and rewarding way and actively work to minimise waste.
EnviroPrint’s main goal is to enhance public awareness of environmental conservation, cultural harmony, and the important work of Australian charities. We assist worthy organisations through the use of our quality graphic design and print services. We use locally source recycled papers, or reclaimed potential waste paper to maximise resource utilisation and save trees.
A highly successful health and wellbeing entrepreneur, we are privileged to have Dr Peter Sherwood as a significant benefactor of the fund. He was the creator and owner of the Australian College of Natural Medicine and is an emeritus professor of the Guangxi Traditional Chinese Medical University. He appears in Australia’s Who’s Who and does tremendous work to support those in need both here and internationally.
We sincerely appreciate his interest generosity and support towards the fund.
We are immensely proud to have Dawn Fraser, named as one of Australia’s National Living Treasures, as our patron and long-time supporter. Multi Olympic and Commonwealth Games Gold Medal winner, she broke 41 swimming records in her career. In 1999 Dawn was awarded the title of World Athlete of the Century.
Our patron Jessica Watson OAM became the youngest person to sail non-stop and unassisted around the world in 2010. An extraordinary achievement. She was named the 2011 Young Australian of the Year and continues to do amazing things with her life. We are very thankful that she supports our work and the mission to save the bilbies.