Through a wide range of programs, the dedicated volunteers of SAILS focus on supporting social justice and reconciliation in the South East Queensland area. The SAILS Ministry (Anglican Sailing Adventures in Life Skills) have been providing services to the community since 1989. In particular, the professionally trained volunteers aim to assist the marginalised and disadvantaged through activities to empower and heal.
In Buderim, SAILS at the Greenhouse are involved with environmental conservation, indigenous reconciliation and community building in the local area. The Buderim SAILS volunteers currently manage the following programs;
- Land care programs
- Local community gatherings
- Seminars, quiet days and retreats
- Gatherings of the local Indigenous community
Partnerships with the local indigenous group, Kabbarli is helping to drive reconciliation through acknowledgements, memorials and story telling.
Rewarding work is also carried by the Buderim SAILS team in partnership with the Teralba Association to encourage wider community engagement.
For further information on the Buderim SAILS at the Green House organisation, contact Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07 5453 4102