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Marketplace Community Rewards Program

Market Community Rewards Program

Dainere’s Rainbow was chosen to be one of the first ever organisations to partner up with Gungahlin Marketplace for the Marketplace Community Rewards program!

The Marketplace Community Rewards program began on 1 July 2019 and ended 30 September 2019.

Shoppers had the opportunity each time they shopped in the Gungahlin Marketplace and spent over $20, participating retailers gave them a community rewards card. Shoppers were then able to vote for one of the three community groups of choice by simply placing their card into one of the three Community Group Boxes located within the Marketplace.

At the end of the quarter, the votes were all counted, each community group involved to receive a split of a $1000.00 donation ($500 for first, $300 for second and $200 for third).

We feel just so extremely humbled and grateful to all those who voted for Dainere’s Rainbow during this special initiative and it is because of you totally extraordinary people that we are honoured and thrilled to announce that Dainere’s Rainbow received the most votes!

This is a time to also take the opportunity to express our gratitude to Beth and the Gungahlin Marketplace Team for this incredible initiative to support Community Groups within the region.  We would also like to acknowledge the other two Community Groups involved for this quarter and congratulate them:  Gungahlin Jets and Belconnen Arts Centre – Gungahlin Community Arts Program.  They both carry out the most exceptional and amazing Community work and provide incredible opportunities for the Gungahlin Region and beyond.

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