Andrew Clatworthy and his fellow rowers from The Brisbane GPS Rowing Club will be holding a stall at the Markets on Saturday, August 20 to promote their learn-to-row programs and announce the upcoming summer rowing program. If you are interested in taking up rowing then come down to the Markets and have a chat with the crew.Continue Reading
A new charity Not-for-Profit organisation has been recently launched in Brisbane and Davies Park Market are happy to offer a helping hand. The Brisbane Period Project supports women and transgender men experiencing homelessness with sanitary products and they will have their first stall at West End this Saturday May 28. If you have any sanitary products to spare, please, bring them to the Market as they will be distributed among people in need.Continue Reading
Are you feeling LegenDAREy? Come to West End this Saturday 23rd January and help improve lives of people with disabilities.
This is your chance to do a dare for donations and have a direct impact on the lives of people with disabilities. Cerebral Palsy League (CPL) is running a stall at the Davies Park Market on Saturday January 23rd and challenging our visitors to do one of their fun activities and help them raise money.
Donate a Gold Coin or Buy a Bag
Christmas is the season for giving and we’ve jumped in and donated $5,000 to West End Community House.
Help us get that figure to $10,000 by donating a gold coin when you come to the Markets this Saturday.
If you are feeling a bit more generous you can purchase one of our great tote bags. They are only $5.00 and the whole amount will be donated to this awesome, program-packed community organisation.
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Cameras for Asia has been running photographic workshops in Asia in places like Burma/Myanmar, India and Nepal since 2009 and leaving behind donated digital cameras with the aim of educating, equipping and encouraging participants. The cameras come mostly from Queenslanders, but some have come from other states and even as far away as Italy and Spain. Many of the participants in the workshops are from disadvantaged backgrounds, some have disabilities and many have never even held a camera before but the images they have taken offer quite a window into their own world and the rapid changes taking place. To date about 120 cameras have been taken to Asia and about 560 people taught basic photography, some on repeat visits.Continue Reading