During Covid-19 our tech Shan came back from a holiday to quarantee for two weeks. To give him some work I set him the task of building two Source one Kits.
The first is to establish everything required for the build including all accessories such as standoffs, zipties etc.
The second we will film in 360 and publish to youtube the whole entire build process for people getting into the hobby to build parts from our shop in a budget-friendly way.
On top of this, we are going to do a RAFFLE for the first quad which looks like so
The money of this raffle will be donated to our local Coast Shelter here in Gosford.
The SECOND quad we will give away to one lucky person that makes an order over the next month with us. If you make a purchase from our shop from 22nd March to 22nd April, you will go into the running!
On the 7th MAY we will announce the winner, publish the youtube video as well as the list of all the parts for the build.
What is Coast Shelter?
Coast Shelter is a not-for-profit charity based on the NSW Central Coast which provides accommodation and support programs for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness or escaping domestic violence.
Coast Shelter has been operating for over 26 years and provides accommodation to over 200 men, women, families and youth every night. In addition to this, Coast Shelter also coordinates the provision of over 1,000 free meals every week through the Coast Community Centre.
Coast Shelter has ten separate programs which work together to achieve our mission of ending homelessness on the Central Coast. These programs include:
• Kara Women and Children's Refuge
• Neleh Women and Children's Refuge
• Elandra Women and Children's Refuge
• Rondeley Domestic Violence Rapid Response Program
• Coimba Men's Refuge
• Rumbalara Refuge
• Maya Young Women's Refuge
• Youth Angle
• Woy Woy Youth Cottage
• Wyong Youth Refuge
• Coast Community Centre
How will the funds be used?
Your money will assist us in providing quality care, support services and free meals for homeless and vulnerable community members on the NSW Central Coast.