The Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) is the principal non-profit, non-government organisation dedicated to the conservation and effective management and conservation of the Koala and its habitat. Their main goals are to refine and update the Koala Habitat Atlas mapping of all wild Koala habitat and to get a Koala Protection Act enacted to ensure Koalas and their habitat are preserved. If you would like to learn more about our unique Australian Koalas and their endangered habitat, and support the efforts of The Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) with a donation, please visit their website https://www.savethekoala.com/.
Orange Sky Australia is the world’s first free mobile laundry service for people experiencing homeless – an idea founded in a Brisbane garage by two 20-year-old mates. Each week, all over Australia, thousands of volunteers put other parts of their life aside for a few hours to positively connect with friends on the street. Over the past three years, Orange Sky has completed over 570,000kg of laundry and provided more than 3,300 showers to people in need. Most importantly though, volunteers have engaged in more than 100,000 hours of conversations, helping to positively connect communities across Australia. Orange Sky Australia is a for-purpose organisation and they work hand in hand with the community to raise funds to support Orange Sky services. If you would like to learn more about Orange Sky Laundry and how they help connect communities across Australia, and now, around the world, please check out their website, https://orangesky.org.au/.
The Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF) in Indonesia is a non-profit foundation supported by BOS Australia and other sister organisations around the world. BOSF works under an official agreement with the Indonesian Ministry of Forestry for the conservation of Bornean orangutans and their ecosystem that works by involving and educating the local people. They focus on orangutan rescue, reintroduction and habitat conservation in both in East and Central Kalimantan. Currently, BOSF, supported by BOSA and other sister organisations, manages the biggest orangutan reintroduction program in the world, and is caring for almost 600 orangutans. BOSF also manages a peat land conservation area which provides habitat for 3,000 wild orangutans in Central Kalimantan and manages an Ecosystem Restoration Concession in East Kalimantan that is dedicated as orangutan habitat. On the ground in Indonesia, BOSF works with the support of over 440 highly devoted local staff as well as experts in conservation, primates and community empowerment. If you would like to donate and learn more about Borneo Orangutan Survival Australia (BOSA), and how you can become involved, please visit their website, https://www.orangutans.com.au/.
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