Carinbundi Day Services is hosting Christmas markets and the community is encouraged to support the cause with all funds going back to the inclusion program.
The markets will be on at 9 am until 1 pm from Monday 19 December until Thursday 22 December at 139 Barolin Street, with all products at the markets handmade by Carinbundi’s clients.
Carinbundi’s Tina Marshall said the markets were a great opportunity to support those in the community living with disabilities.
“Clients will be displaying and selling craft and gift items they have made throughout the year at the upcoming markets,” Tina said.
“The community is invited and welcome to come along and purchase various items, such as Christmas decorations, hair accessories, hand-made bags and other craft items.
“Funds raised at these markets support the Carinbundi Day Services Community Inclusion Program to provide people living with disabilities opportunities to learn and develop new skills.
“Through activities based around health, well-being, money management, work and life skills the clients are supported to enjoy life, gain independence and reach their goals.”
Find out more about the Carinbundi here.
Carinbundi is a community-based organisation which provides support and regular respite for people living with a disability.
They run a number of support programs for residents of the Bundaberg Region including day and respite services.
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