Construction of Centennial Parklands new Children's WILD PLAY Garden is well underway.
The Foundation is pleased to award a 50th Anniversary Commemorative Grant of $500,000 to RMIT University to help establish Australia's first purpose built nano-biosensing facility. This new $1.2m research facility, co-funded by RMIT, will support the development of cheap, ultra-precise and easy-to-use nano-devices for the diagnosis and detection of health hazards.
Model of efficiency: $500,000 to create a shared client database system across independent community service agencies
$500,000 to enable intensive research into outbreaks of Crown of Thorns Starfish
Preserving our biological heritage: $500,000 to establish The Ian Potter Australian Wildlife Biobank
$500.000 to broker social enterprise procurement contracts between small social enterprises and big business
Connecting children with the natural environment – $500,000 to establish The Ian Potter Children’s Wild Play Garden in Centennial Park
United Lifeline: $500,000 for Structure Review and Shared Services Program to increase organisational efficiency