In a major boost for their grass roots projects, Belconnen Arts Centre is pleased to announce a new strategic partnership with Ray White Belconnen.
The partnership is the first of its kind for the Belconnen Arts Centre, and will provide much needed funds to expand some of the Centre’s grass roots programs, with a focus on creating increased participation and engagement within the local community.
Also included in the partnership agreement is support for “Wind Air Water”, which is a Community Kite Festival attended by in excess of 500 participants each year and engages with local multicultural and special interest groups, as well as support for chamber music and jazz concerts held in the Belconnen Arts Centre foyer or Outdoor Gallery.
A key focus will also be expanding the School Holiday Program during the ACT school holidays to attract increased participation.
For Ray White Belconnen, the partnership strengthens their bond with the local community; something that Director Ben Faulks says is an essential component of their business.
“We are acutely aware that our business does not exist in isolation. We remain committed to giving back to grass roots organisations such as the Belconnen Arts Centre where we feel we can have a positive impact on the local community” said Faulks.
“We are so fortunate to have such an outstanding facility in the Belconnen region” said Faulks.
“It is with great pleasure that we enter into this partnership with Ray White Belconnen, and we are looking forward to a mutually beneficial cooperation between the two organisations” said Belconnen Arts Centre Business & Operations Manager Jack Lloyd.
“The partnership will serve to strengthen community interest in Belconnen as an enjoyable place to visit and a vibrant place to live.”
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