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The Owl Foundation
The Owl Foundation is very grateful to the Gordon and Patricia Gray Animal Welfare Foundation for its generous and on-going support .

Since 2011, the Gordon and Patricia Gray Animal Welfare Foundation has been among our top company/foundation supporters. The Owl Foundation is most grateful that your Foundation has supported us generously again this year.

Our most ambitious project this year (2016) was the building our new tour centre, which was an extensive renovation of an old, unused building. We are now able to showcase our work and offer educational opportunities to the public. 

Thank you for your continuing interest in and support of The Owl Foundation.

 

 

 

Rod MacFadyen
Chair and CEO, The Owl Foundation
The Owl Foundation

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