Garden Centres Fundraising for Depression Awareness

Garden Centres Fundraising for Depression Awareness save these dates in march 2015

 Gardening is more than just fun, it’s a way to relax and detach from the everyday. Research proves that being outdoors can significantly improve your quality of life. As such, Independent Garden Centres across Australia will be hosted a united fundraising effort over Saturday 7th March and Sunday 8th March called ‘garden RELEAF‘.

The objective of garden RELEAF is to raise awareness of the joys and health benefits of gardening, along with fundraising for beyondblue, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to continued support and building community awareness of anxiety, depression and suicide in our local communities. 

As an added bonus, Botanica World Discoveries will be offering anyone that visits participating Garden Centres a chance to win a $4,950 travel voucher with entry details in-store.

So SAVE THE DATE and visit a participating Garden Centre on Saturday 7th March and Sunday 8th March and be part of the solution to fighting anxiety, depression and suicide in our community. 

ATG Queensland Garden Centres Fundraising:

Anza Garden Centre

FIND US: Anzac Avenue MAREEBA QLD | P: (07) 4092 2857

GardenWay Home & Garden 

FIND US: 269 Monier Road DARRA (BRISBANE) QLD | P: (07) 3279 3100
EVENT ACTIVITIES: ‘Blue Dot’ Plant specials, all profits from the purchase of these plants will go to beyondblue.

Nielsen’s Native Nursery

FIND US: 49-51 Beenleigh Redland Bay Road LOGANHOLME (BRISBANE) QLD | P: (07) 3806 1414

Redcliffe Garden Centre  

FIND US: 45-49 Snook Street CLONTARF (REDCLIFFE) QLD | P: (07) 3889 3211

ATG New South Wales Garden Centres Fundraising:

Eden at Byron

FIND US: 140 Bangalow Road BYRON BAY NSW | P: (02) 6685 6874

Heritage Garden Centre

FIND US: New England Hwy & Four Mile Creek Road EAST MAITLAND NSW| P: (02) 4966 5233

Total Gardens

FIND US: 5 Nelson Street COFFS HARBOUR NSW | P: (02) 6651 2002


Garden Centres fundraising for anxiety, depression and suicide awareness about the garden independent garden centres

Want a little more information on how gardening and nature can be beneficial to mental health? Download the “Beyond Blue to Green: The benefits of contact with nature for mental health and well-being” Project conducted by Deakin University Australia.

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