• Iris Windsor

How with one bottle cap you can change a life

You may remember our story back in August when we announced our Community Project Initiative with Envision Hands to help provide limbs for children in need. our goal is to provide 100 new limbs. See our story below


DRAGONFLY'S EARLY LEARNING IS STILL A COLLECTION POINT SO PLEASE CONTINUE TO SUPPORT OUR PROJECT BY DROPPING YOUR BOTTLE CAPS IN TO US. THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING!



It is now time to package the tops that we have collected and send them off to make limbs for a children who are in need.

The children have enjoyed the project, and, as you can see, they are very happy

about packing them up and sending them off




OUR NEW COMMUNITY PROJECT: DROP OFF YOUR BOTTLE CAPS HERE. WE HAVE BECOME A COLLECTION POINT!!!


Dragonfly's Early Learning, our Childcare centre near Coolum Beach has a new project which has been orchestrated by the Kindergarten Group and their Educators


Dragonfly's Early Learning's new project is with Envision Hands. Envision is a company that has a plastics recycling project that supplies bespoke aids to children in need throughout the world. Envision Hands turns plastic bottle caps collected in our local community into hands and arms. The goal is 100 hands .... and with your support, we can do it!

Inspired by the Enabling the Future organisation, Envision Hands will be participating in the world wide community making and donating 3D printed, bespoke aids for children in need across under serviced countries. A major difference in this project will be using recycled plastic from bottle caps. Plastic bottle caps are essentially a non recyclable waste product that can be turned into recycled plastic hands.

Simultaneously, this project helps here in Australia, to support the long time unemployed by providing jobs.

To learn more about this project go to: https:/www.envision.org.au


To learn more about Dragonfly's Early Learning, go to:

https://www.dragonflys.com.au/contact-us/


or call us on 07 5471 6500 to learn more about how you can help with our project