We wish to acknowledge the following sponsors and supporters.
The immense material support received through the provision and establishment of CWCN's Catchments Centre in Chapel Hill and the help of the Lord Mayor, Councillors and Council staff. Special thanks are going to former Councillors Jane Prentice (Walter Taylor Ward), former Councillor Julian Simmonds (Walter Taylor Ward and successor of Jane Prentice)/then Chair of Finance, Economic Development and Administration Committee, and to former Cr Margaret de Wit (Pullenvale Ward)/then Chairman of Council and Councillor.
Lord Mayor's Community Fund and the Councillor for Pullenvale Ward (then Cr Kate Richards) as well as the Councillor for Walter Taylor Ward (Cr James Mackay) for contributing to the printing of CWCN's anniversary booklet. We are also gratetul for a contribution to the catering at our community celebration at Greenhill Reservoir received via the Lord Mayor's Community Fund and the Councillor for the Walter Taylor Ward.
The ongoing support received through the Conservation Partnerships Program and especially the wonderful Officers of the Habitat Brisbane and the Creek Catchment Officer Program for their immense support across our activities.
Sponsorship for a much needed and used trailer
For the immense support provided by covering our Public Liability, Personal Accident and Association Liability Insurance through Queensland Government Funds.
For facilitating animal ethics permits for fauna surveys.
For incorporating a project at the Brisbane River, St Lucia into their allocation of the Brisbane Communities Working Together Initiative What’s your nature?
For facilitating Brisbane's Big Butterfly Count which has benefited CWCN and local bushcare groups by using bioindicators to assess rehabilitation success and habitat health, and providing a forum for community engagement and learning.
For showing true community spirit and providing ongoing support through promoting CWCN activities including festivals and educatinal activities.
For showing community spirit, social responsibility for adopting an area in the upper reaches of Cubberla Creek and contributing to its rehabilitation by hands on work during several working bees per year now over several years.
For Golder Associates' generous contribution to the printing of CWCN's anniversary booklet.
For showing community spirit by providing generous material support for the creation of bee hotels during a children's activity