Dromana Community Bags
Made locally by Locals!
Volunteers from all walks of life get together to make re-useable ‘boomerang bags’, we gather at Dromana Community House on Mondays and Wednesdays to make bags using recycled materials, as a means to provide a sustainable alternative to plastic bags.
Bags are available for a $2 donation which goes back into the project and supports the neighbourhood house programs including:- The Little Pantry and Second Bite Food, for all projects that are addressing food stress for families and saving food from landfill.
As we rely on volunteers who make the bags with love and joy we must ensure each bag is purchased with the intent to reduce the use of plastic bags on the peninsula and world-wide and in no means commercially.
We visit schools and work with students who produce an individual bag and reflect on environmental sustainability.
The wider Boomerang Bags ideals are subscribed to:-
Together we link hands globally to create a paradigm shift to a more connected and conscious society.
The community supports this project through donating clean linens, sheeting, doona covers and table cloths.
You can pick up a bag at:-
Fifteen Gibson Street
Torello Farm Gate
Bendigo Community Bank Dromana
Lions Opportunity Shop in Pier street
Focus – All abilities