In 2019 The Hottes Foundation joined the HalfCut alliances in an effort to maintain the last untouched rainforest in Australian, the Daintree rainforest located in far north Queensland.

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Half of the worlds rainforests are gone, that’s 50% of all forests, everywhere, gone. We are excited to announce that we have teamed up with HalfCut alliances, who have created a way for us to start a conversation about conservation and to join forces to save our forests! HalfCut empowers people to take action on global deforestation by protecting the last remaining tropical rainforests including the Daintree rainforest, the oldest continually surviving tropical rainforest.​​

​The Hottes Foundation is committed to the conservation of our environment. Joining with The HalfCut Alliances is a way for us to get the word out and raise awareness and funds that will go directly to the protection of our forests that are depleting rapidly! Together, we can make a huge difference creating much needed change.

Are you with us? Click the HalfCut icon below!

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Due to the devastation of the Australian bushfires - The Hottes Foundation started off 2020 busy beyond belief. With a dedicated team we spent the beginning of the year saving injured wildlife and aiding our brave fire fighters.



There is no denying the huge threat to the Australian wildlife due to the devastating effects of the bushfires - over the end of 2019 and into the beginning of 2020 THF  teamed up with multiple organisations and wildlife carers to assist and ensure the safety of wildlife and raise much needed support for those who need it most.  

Our biggest collaboration was with wildlife conservationist Dean Schneider.

Dean raised over $150,000USD and flew to Australia to get on the ground and help those in need. We accompanied Dean, assisting him with his schedule and saving wildlife along the jouney. 

This experience was inspiring and we look forward to working alongside Dean again.

Click the Hakuna Mipaka link below for more!