Win a Thermomix or $2000 cash plus other prizes incl AUST Postage

 The Snag Island Community Garden’s Monster Christmas raffle tickets are now on sale.

1st Prize: Thermomix OR $2,000 CASH which can be posted anywhere in Australia

2nd Prize: A Viva Photography session including $350 product credit. (Value $600)

3rd Prize: Romantic overnight Getaway at the Hyatt Regency Perth for 2 guests. A 2hr 45-minute cruise with Captain Cook cruises for their Swan River Cruise, plus 2 x $25 Food and beverage vouchers for The Universal Bar northbridge. (Value $480)

4th Prize: $50 Cash

Date of Draw: 22 December 2017 8pm at the Green Head Sporting Club Inc

Permit No: LS210791717
And tickets are only $10 each
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Charitable Collections License# 22194


Proudly supported By

Viva Photography, Hyatt Regency Perth, Captain Cook Cruises, Universal Bar Northbridge and Ray White Jurien Bay.


Purchase your tickets from facebook just follow the link below

https://www.facebook.com/events/2043162735931928/

About us
The Snag Island Community Garden Inc. was born by local members of the Green Head and Leeman community.
We got the ball rolling by starting a committee, and we consider ourselves to be passionate, strong people.
Our committee knew that the community needed something to help people in need.
Through community gardening, the Snag Island Community Garden’s goal is to empower people, build social inclusion and provide pathways to sustainable livelihoods.
We will be having tailored structured programs that will be focussed on helping socially at-risk individuals suffering from poverty.

Our goal is to support them to learn new skills through gardening.

As the saying goes
Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day: Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.

So the Snag Island Community Garden philosophy is:
It is more worthwhile to teach someone to do something (for themselves) than to do it for them (on an ongoing basis).
Teaching someone how to grow their own food will be beneficial for them in the long run and at the same time helping to
reduce the poverty rate.
One garden at a time.