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Thank you to our supporters

2016 has dawned and we have so much to thank you for and so much to look forward to.

Centennial Parklands Foundation’s donors are vital to our success as a Foundation and with your generous support in 2015 we saw many exciting achievements.

The year ahead certainly looks bright - Centennial Parklands is looking wonderful and with your help we aim to keep it that way!

The Ian Potter Children's Wild Play Garden

Our top priority for 2015 has been one of the most exciting projects to come to the Parklands in recent years - The Ian Potter Children's Wild Play Garden - due to be completed in Summer 2016.

Funds raised to date: $2,200,000

The Ian Potter Children's Wild Play Garden

Centennial Parklands Environment Officer

Centennial Parklands Foundation funds the Environment Officer role at Centennial Parklands to improve the environmental management of the Parklands. Amara Glynn joined the Parklands team in October 2012, and has already achieved numerous milestones and accolades.

Annual funding: $60,000

Amara Glynn - Environment Officer

Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub

Centennial Parklands Foundation plays a key role in the conservation and restoration of the Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrubs sites within Centennial Parklands by funding much needed bush regeneration work.

Annual funding: $50,000

Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub

Centennial Parklands Access Pass Program

For the last two years the Foundation has proudly funded the Centennial Parklands Access Pass Program, which provides outdoor learning opportunities to students who wouldn’t normally get to participate in an excursion program.

Annual funding: $50,000

Centennial Parklands Access Pass Program

Want to get involved?

Your support is crucial to the ongoing environmental and educational work of Centennial Parklands Foundation. Every dollar counts and there are a number of ways you can get involved.

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