PRESS RELEASE - APRIL 2020
OZFarm Royal Pty ltd recently announce a partnership with the Royal Children Hospital Foundation (RCHF) by participating the 150 anniversaries as a major sponsor of the UooUoo art trail project. RCHF says the fund that raised by these activities will be used for developing “life-changing programs” such as research, equipment and technology, education and training, and last but no least, patient and family care center.
To celebrate 150 years of exceptional care, The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) Melbourne is bringing colour and creativity to the streets of Melbourne and Geelong with a spectacular public art trail culminating in a fundraising auction in 2020. UooUoo (pronounced ‘you you’) is the newest addition to the RCH family, created by renowned Victorian artist Alexander Knox. A mythical creature, UooUoo captures the transformative spirit of the RCH and embodies 150 years of exceptional care, compassion and support by hospital staff and the community.
OZFarm has been developing it is presence in the milk powder market in Australia for many years, through continuous partnership with institutions like Royal Children Hospital and Monash University, the brand has enhanced their R&D and established a full portfolio of nutritional milk powders including infant formula, kids care formula and low GI products for consumer that sits in other demographic categories.
Ausnutria Australia is one with the community affected by the bushfire-we feel for you and we stand with you!
As one of the leading companies in the industry, Ausnutria Australia upholds its corporate core values and works closely with its group companies to creating a shared value with the bushfire affected communities. Having expertise and forte in the dairy and nutritional supplements industry, the group extended both financial and Lung-health product support to the affected communities.
The Group currently raised awareness and donations to aid in bushfire relief funds. Australia experienced an unprecedented bushfire crisis starting in late 2019, and the situation swiftly got worse before rains helped contain many of the worst fires in February 2020. The stories of human and wildlife suffering, loss to life and property is devastating. Approx. 25.5 million acres of land, has burned. At least 33 people are dead, and more are missing. More than 1 billion wildlife has been estimated to have lost their lives. Around 3,000 homes have been destroyed or damaged. Thousands of people were forced to evacuate and seek shelter on beaches across New South Wales and Victoria. The smoke became another disaster and Australia recorded the worst pollution it’s ever seen, with an air quality index 23 times higher than what’s considered “hazardous.”
Just like no man is an island, no endeavor is accomplished alone. And so, the whole nation plunged into freely giving and sharing with bushfire affected communities and wildlife organizations aiming to get some normalcy back into their lives at the earliest possible.
Ausnutria Australia, took a dual approach:-
GERF is a registered charity that was established in 1978 to provide immediate short-term funds to Gippslanders affected by natural disaster events. A decision to donate to GERF was to enable Ausnutria Australia in living up to its commitment to the farmers, local businesses and communities in general in one of the highest bushfire affected area in the state of Victoria, where Ausnutria Australia is head-quartered.
As always, we will continuously strive to be ‘ONE with the community” and be a supporting pillar in the wellbeing and welfare of everyone around us.