Peter shows his appreciation of Bunning’s support

three people standing beside each other. the middle person is holding a mosaic sign that reads Bunnings warehouse

Paul and Bruce from Bunnings Chadstone visited 773 Warrigal Road to see how we have been using the materials the store has generously donated to us over the last few months and to receive a token of our appreciation for this community support.

Participants and residents have enjoyed donations in the form of seedlings and craft supplies, organised by Bruce, which has helped them remain active and engaged during some of the tough restrictions during the pandemic.

As a token of thanks, resident OC Connections’ artist, Peter, presented Paul and Bruce with a Bunnings mosaic plaque he made, with help from his dad, Alex who is the OC Connections’ Facilities Manager.

Paul and Bruce has promised the plaque will take pride of place at the Bunnings Chadstone store – a great reminder of the relationship between the two organisations.

Support from our community through gifts in kind, monetary donations, volunteering, provision of facilities help us build and provide programs, equipment, services and amenities to support people with disability live and contribute to the community with confidence, fulfilment and self-determination, every day and for their futures.

Bunnings is just one of the many community connections OC Connections has made and who have helped support our organisation and the people we support through the difficulties of the pandemic.

See our supporters here.