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2016 Healthy Towns Awards Recipients

We’re proud to present our 2016 Healthy Towns Award Recipients.

CONNECTIONS BETWEEN PEOPLE AWARD
Sunshine Coast Pride Network
Sunshine Coast Pride Network

Sunshine Coast Pride Network assists the LGBTI community on the Sunshine Coast to band together in mutual celebration, acceptance, recognition and strength. They maintain a Facebook page and organise many social events including the annual Sunshine Coast Pride Festival and small LGBTI support groups. This group is using their funding […]

CONNECTIONS WITH PLACE AWARD
Cooloola Human Services Network
Cooloola Human Services Network

Cooloola Human Services Network is a network of individuals and organisations who promote quality, responsive and locally based community services. They provide networking opportunities, advocate for services in the Gympie area, distribute information and auspice small and emerging organisations.   Current projects are the Gympie Regional Volunteer Centre and Gympie Region […]

CONNECTIONS WITH GREENSPACE AWARD
Palmwoods Community Garden
Palmwoods Community Garden

Palmwoods Community Garden is a new, inclusive place where people of all ages and backgrounds can grow edible food, learn about sustainability and make new connections in a healthy environment. The community garden is called ‘Soil and Soul’ and aims to create a healthy mind, body and spirit. Their Code […]

MAJOR HEALTH AND HAPPINESS AWARD
Eastbank Edible Garden
Eastbank Edible Garden

Eastbank Edible Garden is a unique community facility purpose built for education, skill development, social interaction and building community connections. This is a great example of a project that brings people from all walks of life together, including those living with a disability, men with mental illness, carers and school […]

  • Healthy Towns
  • Healthy Towns
Healthy Towns acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and live, and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.