Queen's birthday recognition

Congratulations to ‘Goodwill Champion’ of our ONJ Centre, actor and singer Tottie Goldsmith, who was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for services to the community and performing arts in the Queen’s birthday honours yesterday.

For the past 12 years Tottie has given her time to our ONJ Centre with her aunt, Olivia Newton-John. 

Her charity work stretches as far back as her successful career.

"I never expected to get recognised for my charity work because it's something I've done since I can remember, and whenever I can," she said.

Olivia paid tribute to her niece on her Instagram account.

“So proud of my niece Tottie Goldsmith for all the good works she has done to be awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours for her services to the community and performing arts.

“And an extra thank you for the amazing work she has done as ambassador for my ONJ Centre in Melbourne.

“Congratulations my sweet Tottie.”

Well done, Tottie!