Tweeting for conservation
Birdlife Australia has been the nation’s voice for birds for over 100 years, working to ensure our native species will always be able to call Australia home.
As the country’s oldest conservation organisation, Birdlife Australia, and Birdlife WA, highlight the importance of looking after our natural environment, allowing birds around the state to flourish.
By playing Lotterywest games, you’ve supported Birdlife WA with $576,529 to support community engagement and participation in creating landscapes to conserve and enhance bird life in metro Perth.
Dr Tegan Douglas says her project wouldn’t be possible without support from Lotterywest players.
“It’s wonderful to know that every day people, who might not know a magpie from a swan, are contributing to keeping our natural world alive and healthy…and very noisy as well!”
Her research shows people who are surrounded by green space are much healthier physically and emotionally, showing the value WA’s bush life has to birds and our community.
Midland Information, Debt and Legal Advocacy Service Inc (MIDLAS), who are finding new ways to care for thousands of Western Australians in need, are one of the first community groups to receive support from the Lotterywest COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Towards costs associated with the Eco Festival, two conferences and the Environmental Matters education series to inform and engage the community about environmental and sustainability activities and opportunities in their local communities.
Romeo and Juliet, Don Giovanni, Fidelio; these are just some of the amazing operas you could experience with West Australian Opera.
Towards the delivery of Emergency Relief for people in the Kwinana area experiencing financial hardship.
Want to apply for a grant?
Every year we give grants to Western Australian community organisations who provide services, support and inspiration to make this already great state, greater. If you think you’re one of those, click below to find out how to apply.