During a beautiful evening at Linton & Kay Galleries on Thursday 22nd October, the Major Gift Recipient for The Orange Seed Project 2015 was announced. This is a Project Jack in the box has worked on in conjunction with Seven West Media for four wonderful years. It has injected over a million dollars into the WA Not-for-Proft community.

With nine other incredible finalists, the judges had a difficult task selecting just one organisation – but everyone walked away a winner.

Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre was the proud recipient of the Major Gift which consists of:

$50,000 marketing service package from Jack in the box
$50,000 advertising sponsorship package from The West Australian
$10,000 Community Service Announcement from Channel 7
$10,000 advertising sponsorship package from West Regional Newspapers
$5,000 cash from The West Australian

Our nine other finalists each received a $25,000 advertising sponsorship package and $1,000 cash from The West Australian.

It has been another absolutely heartwarming year where we are humbled and feel so proud to be members of a community within WA that reaches out so much to others. We can’t wait for the dust to settle so we can begin work with Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre and give back just a fraction of what they have given our state and our community.

Thanks everyone for your continued support. The Orange Seed Project wouldn’t exist without you and our applicants!