Our mission: For the Conservation of Life.
We embrace environmental and humanitarian issues and in conjunction with partners from around the world we help to raise funds for the betterment of all life.
HOW IT ALL STARTED
Dad once said to me, that should he pass away, if there was some way of letting me know he was going to be ok – that we were all going to be ok – the message would come to me in the form of a White Feather. Then something happened to me, whilst on tour with the album, Photograph Smile, in Australia. I was presented with a White Feather by an Aboriginal tribal elder, from The Mirning people, which definitely took my breath away.
The White Feather Foundation was created for the purpose of giving a voice and support to those who cannot be heard. The tribal elders asked for my help, as I could bring awareness to their plight and to others who were suffering the same. Having had the White Feather bestowed upon me, I knew this endeavour was to be part of my destiny. One thing for sure is that the White Feather has always represented peace to me, as well as communication…
In 2007 Julian founded The White Feather Foundation, to deal with environmental and humanitarian issues. To act with partners from around the world to raise funds for the betterment of all life, and to honour those who have made a difference. TWFF has been recognised by Prince Albert II of Monaco who honoured the foundation with the ‘Better World Environmental Award’ in 2008. The White Feather Foundation has already funded and completed important projects relieving poverty and distress in Kenya, in the Amazon Basin, in Sri Lanka, in Peru and in Gambia as well as funding ecological projects in England. TWFF has assisted the ‘Amazon Conservation Team’ by funding a shaman school promoting native Amazonian spirituality and its central message of living in harmony with the natural environment. TWFF also focuses on one of the most pressing problems that plague the developing world – CLEAN WATER.