We are very pleased to announce Cheryl Hill, CEO of the Foundation for Australia’s Most Endangered Species (FAME) will be speaking at Adelaide Sustainability Drinks on Wednesday 28th January.

Cheryl Hill, CEO of the Foundation for Australia’s Most Endangered Species (FAME).

FAME was established in 1993 as the Earth Sanctuaries Foundation, changing its name and its focus in 2004 on the demise of parent organisation Earth Sanctuaries Ltd. FAME is the only organisation focussing exclusively on endangered Australian species and aims to provide as many as possible with a long-term future. The survival of at least 20 endangered Australian animals and plants has been strengthened thanks to the work of this important national organisation.

Cheryl Hill has been at the helm of FAME since 1997. Led by Cheryl and with the help of a national Board of Directors and a loyal donor base FAME provides support for projects of benefit to wildlife such as Gilbert’s Potoroo in WA (Australia’s most endangered mammal), the Northern Hairy-nosed Wombat in Queensland, and most recently the restoration of the Western Quoll to the Flinders Ranges in SA.


Make sure you are there to join in the fun.

An open invitation is extended to all who are “passionate about sustainability” to come and mingle with like minded people and listen to a speaker share their sustainability story.

Scheduled from 6pm-9pm, most of the evening is networking. There is a short presentation from our main speaker at 7pm with community announcements following.

When you register to attend, please share with your social networks and encourage other interested friends and colleagues to register and join us for a great evening. Our volunteers can have professional name tags ready for collection at the door. For courtesy, please contact us if you register and then cannot attend.

No need to print tickets, simply register for free online 24 hours prior to the event to get your own personalised Sustainability Drinks name tag. Late arrivals can also register at the door.