THE MINI FARM PROJECT
Charity in our own backyard
Over the next two months the Mini Farm Project is hosting ‘Growing for Good’ at their Samford charity farm site.
A joint research program by University of The Sunshine Coast and University of Queensland, ‘Growing for Good’ aims to include people living with dementia and their carers in the community. We are part of a platform for change.
At Pronamics we do what we can to support a sustainable and healthy community and environment. As well as supporting The Mini Farm Project we have gone carbon neutral and recycle where we can. Check out our Carbon Neutral Resource Guide with helpful tips, easy actions and valuable benefits for companies.
Want to get involved? There is lots you can do!
You can sponsor, donate or buy fresh produce to help feed those in need. The Mini Farm Project strives to resolve food insecurity by creating a network of local charity farms to grow food for Australians who need it.
They partner with local businesses (like us!) and community groups. They also run training programs like those that help long-term unemployed people move out of a cycle of poverty by working with qualified farmers.