Supporting the Environment & Community around Climate Change
As we all struggle to come to terms with the realities of a changing climate, the biggest health threat facing humanity, Australian based charity Sunshine Project believes that through collective moral action we can create positive change together.
The Sunshine Project for Community Inc Charity supports local community organisations and groups to help their ecology, achieve sustainability, decrease their carbon footprint, and adapt to the impacts of climate change.
Would you like to be involved?
Do you have a project idea?
Does your local community group or organisation have a plan to enhance your local environment and/or support your community to build climate resilience? Get in touch to find out whether you are eligible for Sunshine Project sponsorship.
Find out about our education programs.
Sunshine Project provides workshops and presentations to educate community members of all ages on climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies. Our program is designed to empower people to take action on climate change in their daily lives.
Would you like to donate to a Community Project.
If you would like to donate towards a worthy project in your local area, or if your organisation is looking to contribute to community as part of its Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) responsibility, why not make a donation to a Sunshine Project for Community?
Our Latest Sunshine Project for Community
Install an 11kW solar system for Springwood Drop-In Centre.
We are currently raising funds for the supply and installation of an 11kW solar system at the Springwood Drop-in Centre in the Blue Mountains NSW.
The Springwood Drop-In Centre provides free services and support to people from low socio-economic demographic populations and people more vulnerable to natural disaster events. By funding this system, the Drop-In Centre will be able to provide safer, more cost effective services, with the added benefit of lower environmental impacts.
By reducing the Drop-In Centre's energy bills, they will have more funds available to re-direct to their core services, meaning more people can be supported in better ways. It’s also a step towards energy independence. With the later addition of battery storage, they can act as a resilience hub in times of natural disaster, continuing to provide emergency refrigerated food and communications during bushfire and other natural disaster events.
Importantly, the Centre will be reducing their greenhouse gas emissions and taking positive action against global warming!
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