Creative Recycling Centre is excited to be working with Act for Kids on the Safe Harbour Therapy Garden project. Act for Kids, which has helped 230 Gladstone children since it opened its doors in the Port City last year, was this year's major community beneficiary of Gladstone Ports Corporation’s first Port to Park FunD Run. The Port to Park FunD Run is a community FunD run coordinated by Gladstone Ports Corporation to support and enhance the Gladstone community by raising funds for local schools and a major community beneficiary.
The beneficiary funds will be used to create a fun, engaging, and safe outdoor space for active and creative play at the Act for Kids premises. The outdoor space will be a collaboration between Creative Recycling Centre and local artist Rosemary Anderson, with the support of CRC’s volunteers and the Gladstone Men’s Shed. It has been designed for visual enhancement, active and imaginative play, sensory and auditory stimulation and establishing connections with staff and families.
The outdoor elements for the therapy garden include:
These elements will be completed in stages, with overall project completion by June 2022.
Keep an eye on this page and our Facebook posts for updates and photos as we undertake this beautiful project for a worthy cause!
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Creative Recycling Centre would also like to thank these individuals, local businesses and organisations for their contributions to this project: