Help Save the Carnarvon One Mile Jetty Crowdfunding Campaign.
The Carnarvon One Mile Jetty holds a special connection for many people, business owners, local residents, ex-pats, visitors, bird-watchers and fishermen included.
With the help of a wonderful team of volunteers the Help Save the Carnarvon One Mile Jetty Campaign has been launched on the chuffed.org site. A huge thank you to those of you who have already contributed so generously it is greatly appreciated.
Our crowdfunding team includes Tami Maitre who compiled the Campaign page with input from the Management Committee, Jo Buzzard and Yvonne Fahl who both gave their time to delivering invitations to the Launch and also provided the catering. Tom Day and Valentina Fontana for the alcohol for the evening. And of course the Management Committee. Video services were provided by Ben Teo and Nathan Gibbings.
View our Youtube Video here
We ask you to assist us by getting on board with this campaign. You can support us in two ways:
1. Donate towards the campaign … it is as easy as logging into the link below.
If you are in a position to make a donation we have some amazing perks as a thank you.
$300 - $500 Free access to walk the jetty - This generous donation will allow us to replace one 5 metre decking board. As a thank you we will gift you with a Free Access to walk the One Mile Jetty.
$500 - $1000 Complimentary postcard of the jetty posted to you - this generous donation will allow us to replace one 6 metre brace. As a thank you we will gift you with a complimentary postcard of the One Mile Jetty.
>$1000 VIP guest at the events - this generous donation will allow us to replace one 6.2 metres stringer. As a thank you we will invite you to our commemorative celebration.
>$5000 VIP guest at events and name plaque - this generous donation will allow us to replace one 15 metre pile. As a thank you we will invite you to our commemorative celebrations and position a name plaque with your inscription
2. Share this link with your professional and friendship networks and tell them how important it is to retain this historical timber infrastructure.
We know there are literally thousands of people across the state and nationally who have visited the One Mile Jetty on holiday and through social networks we want to reach out to them too.
The success of this campaign means we can use these contacts and support to increase our leverage and influence by showing that the support for the One Mile Jetty extends beyond Carnarvon and the state of Western Australia.