So far we’ve shared a little bit about the Cubby Houses for Community project, and in the earlier post it was mentioned how important the support was from community and local businesses. This project wouldn’t have been the success it was, if it wasn’t for the contribution of some very special people and their businesses.
Without further ado, The Edge, and the families would like to sincerely thank the following generous contributors to the Cubby Houses for Community project:
Jillian Breadmore, a very talented designer and facilitator who worked closely with the families to design and prototype their cubby houses. Plus, support from Jillian’s student network at Griffith, a heartfelt thanks to Cassie Tapper, Elvira Sebegatoullina and Troy Baverstock.
Laminex Australia, for providing all the MDF we needed to deliver this project, which turned out to be over 100 MDF sheets! A special mention to the Toolra factory and their plant Manager, Matthew Dunphy.
McClintock’s Transport in Gympie, for allowing us to store our materials in their shed while we scheduled deliveries and providing a great service.
And finally, Michael Miscamble from www.mmake.me, who generously offered his CNC routers and workshop to The Edge team to cut over 100 pieces of MDF! That was no mean feat!
A very big thank you to everyone involved!