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Daniel and William visited Willmott Park Primary School in Victoria to talk with students about the desperate plight of the orangutan. Willmott Park Primary School organised for Daniel and William to come and present their amazing quest to their 700 students. … Continue reading
The Rotary Club of Belrose has bowled in with support for Daniel and William’s Trans Borneo Challenge to help save the orangutan. Belrose Rotary Club have been following Daniel and William’s progress to save the orang-utan for many years now … Continue reading
Australia’s most effective orangutan advocate, Daniel Clarke (17) had a Royal encounter on Wednesday that he will never forget. Daniel received an invitation from Her Excellency The Honorable Marie Bashir, Governor of New South Wales, to attend a formal reception for … Continue reading
With contributions from schools and passionate individuals, Daniel and William have been able to protect another 9,504 acres of orangutan habitat, bringing their total money raised to $725,000 and the protection of 88,000 acres. The boys are now planning on … Continue reading
Daniel and William are founding members of the International A-Team for Wildlife, an organisation, based in the USA, who has reached out to extraordinary young people around the world who have made it their mission to save our worlds endangered … Continue reading
The Impact Youth Forum is an amazing initiative of the Wyong Shire Council to engage high school students from the Wyong Shire to find and follow their passion and develop unparalleled leadership skills.
Maraylya Public School may be a small school situated in the beautiful Hawkesbury district of NSW, but it sure is big when it comes to understanding the importance of saving orangutans.
Five year old Twyla from Sydney was inspired by Daniel and William’s quest to save the orangutans after hearing them speak at the Lady Game Kindergarten in October, 2012 in front of 100 children, family friends and guests. Her Grandma, … Continue reading
From Air Hostess to owning and managing the worlds largest orangutan rehabilitation sanctuary, Nyaru Menteng, Lone Droscher Nielsen visited Sydney and met with Daniel and William in a national tour sponsored by BOS Australia last week.
An invitation to present to the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) on Thursday saw Daniel and William presenting their quest, to save the orang-utan, to thirty-five University Students learning to become our next generation of primary school teachers. The invitation … Continue reading