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CERES EOFY Appeal

For 42 years, people have been coming together to build a future of hope at CERES. Together we’ve transformed a barren, quarry-turned-landfill into a public park full of organic produce, indigenous vegetation and education facilities.

As the climate and ecological crises have intensified, so have our collective anxieties and fear for our futures. For many of us, this looks like lying awake at night worrying, or scrolling the day away avoiding it.

This is where CERES makes a difference. We are a living demonstration that environmental restoration is possible

CERES provides a free, accessible and welcoming green space, and a story of real hope at a time when people need it most. 

That is only possible thanks to people like you.

Can you help us remain a place of inspiration and hope?

Support CERES with a tax deductible donation today.

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Monday June 13

1,625 generous people have funded our EOFY Appeal over the past three years.
By making a donation to our EOFY Appeal you’ll support our park and equip school-aged children with the tools they need to face the climate crisis as they grow into becoming the future leaders of this country.
We need your support to keep CERES as a place of hope and inspiration

We've got a track record of achieving incredible results together:

Community Garden Renewal 2021 - $60k

Urban Farm Renewal 2022 - $80k

Essential Park Services 2023 - $54k

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CERES provides a curated, free, accessible and welcoming green space in a time when people need it most - for inspiration, learning and gathering together. We’re funded almost entirely by generous people like you. Help keep the gates open and the weeds down.
We’re all in this together.

Thanks to our generous partners:

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Support CERES with a tax deductible donation today.

For 42 years, people have been coming together to build a future of hope at CERES. Together we’ve transformed a barren, quarry-turned-landfill into a public park full of organic produce, indigenous vegetation and education facilities.

As the climate and ecological crises have intensified, so have our collective anxieties and fear for our futures. For many of us, this looks like lying awake at night worrying, or scrolling the day away avoiding it.

This is where CERES makes a difference. We are a living demonstration that environmental restoration is possible

CERES provides a free, accessible and welcoming green space, and a story of real hope at a time when people need it most. 

That is only possible thanks to people like you.

Can you help us remain a place of inspiration and hope?

Monday June 13

1,625 generous people have funded our EOFY Appeal over the past three years.
By making a donation to our End of Finacial Year Appeal you’ll support our park and urban farm, and equip school-aged children with the tools they need to face the climate crisis as they grow into becoming the future leaders of this country.
We need your support to keep CERES as a place of hope and inspiration
We've got a track record of achieving amazing results together:

Community Garden Renewal 2021 - $60k

Urban Farm Renewal 2022 - $80k

Essential Park Services Appeal 2023 - $54k

CERES Needs you
CERES provides a curated, free, accessible and welcoming green space in a time when people need it most - for inspiration, learning and gathering together. We’re funded almost entirely by generous people like you. Help keep the gates open, the weeds down and the chooks happy.
We’re all in this together.
CERES EOFY Logo

Support CERES with a tax deductible donation today.

For 42 years, people have been coming together to build a future of hope at CERES. Together we’ve transformed a barren, quarry-turned-landfill into a public park full of organic produce, indigenous vegetation and education facilities.

As the climate and ecological crises have intensified, so have our collective anxieties and fear for our futures. For many of us, this looks like lying awake at night worrying, or scrolling the day away avoiding it.

This is where CERES makes a difference. We are a living demonstration that environmental restoration is possible

CERES provides a free, accessible and welcoming green space, and a story of real hope at a time when people need it most. 

That is only possible thanks to people like you.

Can you help us remain a place of inspiration and hope?

Monday June 13

1,625 generous people have funded our EOFY Appeal over the past three years.
By making a donation to our End of Finacial Year Appeal you’ll support our park and urban farm, and equip school-aged children with the tools they need to face the climate crisis as they grow into becoming the future leaders of this country.
We need your support to keep CERES as a place of hope and inspiration
We've got a track record of achieving amazing results together:
Community Garden Renewal 2021 - $60k
Urban Farm Renewal 2022 - $80k
Essential Park Services 2023 - $54k
CERES Needs you
CERES provides a curated, free, accessible and welcoming green space in a time when people need it most - for inspiration, learning and gathering together. We’re funded almost entirely by generous people like you. Help keep the gates open, the weeds down and the chooks happy.
We’re all in this together.
Thanks to our generous partners
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CERES acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woiwurrung people of the Kulin nation as the traditional owners of the land on which CERES stands. CERES is deeply grateful to Elders, past and present, for their care and protection of these lands over millennia.

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CERES acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woiwurrung people of the Kulin nation as the traditional owners of the land on which CERES stands. CERES is deeply grateful to Elders, past and present, for their care and protection of these lands over millennia.

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CERES-AoC-Asset-1-2

CERES acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woiwurrung people of the Kulin nation as the traditional owners of the land on which CERES stands. CERES is deeply grateful to Elders, past and present, for their care and protection of these lands over millennia.

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