Thank you Liverpool Champion for answering our call to visit the new Abel Dunn Court in Warwick Farm.
This great little article lets the locals know that The Abel Dunn Court is OPEN and ready for play!
Our Place-Based Philanthropy Program partner in Warwick Farm Liverpool Neighbourhood Connections, led by the amazing Pat Hall have worked so hard to deliver this court to the kids of Warwick Farm and should be so proud of the transformation that they are delivering for their community.
If you are a local business or a donor looking for a great local project to seed fund in Sydney, just like Heidi Abel and Steve Dunn did with Project Bounce! please contact us on (02) 9251-1228 or email@example.com
A small seed can grow into a HUGE basketball court and it might even be named in your honour!
Keep your eye on the Liverpool Neighbourhood Connections Facebook page for details about upcoming training workshops with Charity Bounce & Sydney Kings .
Warwick Farm Neighbourhood Centre installs new courts for community.
View the Full Article Published in the Liverpool Champion on 11 Jul 2016, 12:45 p.m.
by Ashleigh (link is external)Milton @theashmilton
Hard work paid off: It took Pat Hall, manager of Liverpool Neighbourhood Connections, two years to raise enough money to build the Abel Dunn Court in Hargrave Park. Picture: Chris Lane
Thanks to the hard work of the local community and the Warwick Farm Neighbourhood Centre, a new basketball court has been built at Hargrave Park.
The $150,000 Abel Dunn Court was opened to the public last month and Pat Hall, manager of Liverpool Neighbourhood Connections, was the woman who made the dream a reality.
“We did a youth consultation two years ago and one of the things they asked for was a basketball court… and that is when we decided to go for,” she said.
Game on: The court is now open to the local community to enjoy, with the new exercise being added to the park in the coming months.
Sydney Kings and Charity Bounce will host a coaching clinic in the September school holidays.
The centre and Liverpool Council will also install outdoor exercise equipment at the park in the coming months.