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The Buderim Foundation is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) from suitable artists for the design, fabrication
and installation of public artwork celebrating Buderim’s philanthropic spirit.
The closing date for EOI submissions is 5.00pm Monday 3 June 2013.
If you have any queries or require further information please contact:
Swain Roberts from the Buderim Foundation on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07 5453 7591.
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The Buderim Foundation’s Community Street By Street Challenge
continues to go from strength to strength, with residents eager to help
the Foundation get closer to its $500,000 target.
A number of Buderim streets have joined the initiative, hosting events and rallying together to raise funds.
Street by Street Liaison, Simon Whittle said the Foundation had
received an overwhelming response from Buderim locals wanting to do
whatever they could to contribute to the Challenge.
The Garage Sale organised jointly by the residents of Horseshoe Bend on the weekend of the Spring Garden Festival was a huge success raising $1626.85 for the B150 Community Challenge. Congratulations to all involved.
The Buderim Foundation announced the winning applicants of the 2012 Community Grants
Program and Youth in Philanthropy Program (YIPP) to an eager crowd at its Good News Night on Friday, 7 September.
The annual event was held at the Buderim War Memorial Hall and eight community organisations were
awarded grants worth $23,290.
Set your day off to a great start at the Buderim Foundation’s breakfast fundraiser on Tuesday, 31 July with celebrity speaker and special guest, Kurek Ashley.
The breakfast will be held at the Buderim Tavern, Burnett Street, Buderim and aims to raise money for the B150 Community Challenge, so that the Foundation can continue to support worthy local organisations and projects.
Chairman of the Buderim Foundation, Professor Paul Clark said everyone at the Foundation was really looking forward to the event.
One of Buderim’s best-known gardens, “Shady Tree”, will be open for public inspection this weekend (Saturday, June 23 and Sunday, June 24) from 9.30a.m. to 4.30p.m.
The gardens, at 57 Eckersley Avenue, have been lovingly cared for over about 40 years by Buderim garden gurus, Lindsay and Danny, of Buderim Bromeliads Landscapes.
Formerly the home of Sir John Lavarack, the first Australian-born governor of Queensland, and Lady Lavarack, it has been owned by the Persse family since the early 1960s. Prince Charles lunched at the home when a student in Australia.
5 June 2012
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