Video: White text appears in the centre it reads, Australia Post Community Grants. The smaller font appears below it reads, Reynard St Neighbourhood House. Behind the text is a lady in a garden with tattoos on her arms, wearing a red and black patterned top and black gardening gloves. She faces the camera smiling.
Audio: Jaunty music throughout.
Video: The camera captures candid snippets of the lady working in the garden with others – the images move between a close up of a lettuce leaf being pulled out of the dirt and multiple hands examining a plant.
Audio: (chatter noises in the background) People with a disability still have a lot to give and want to be involved in the community
Video: The camera moves to focus on a young man working in the garden with the lady. They chat and smile. The man wears yellow gardening gloves and a white T-shirt.
Audio: and they wanna have interactions that feel meaningful.
Video: The camera changes to a front-on portrait of the lady inside a building, talking directly to the camera. White text appears on the left-hand bottom corner: Hannah Evans Reynard St Neighbourhood House
Audio: We run a range of community activities and programs
Video: The camera changes to show the organisation signage on the side of a building. It reads ‘Reynard Street’ in green text and ‘Neighbourhood House’ in red text. A yellow drawing of a sun sits above the text.
Audio: aimed at increasing wellbeing and connection.
Video: The camera moves back to candid snippets of the lady and a group working in the garden. It moves quickly to show a close up of plants in black buckets, a group of 6 people standing around a table with plants on it chatting and smiling, a close up of a man in a white broadbrimmed hat smiling and a close up of an older man chatting.
Audio: One of our aims is to make sure that people in the community who maybe are vulnerable and don’t really have a place to go where they feel welcome and comfortable, are included.
Video: The camera changes back to a portrait of the lady inside a building, talking directly to the camera.
Audio: The Australia Post Community Grant will help us facilitate a weekly inclusive and accessible gardening program.
Video: The camera moves to focus on the young man, in a white T-shirt, in the garden planting new plants. The camera moves to focus on a young man in a red hat, using a silver watering can.
Audio: It is possible to modify any activity in the garden so that everyone can feel involved.
Video: Camera changes to be inside, in a kitchen area where people are preparing food. Close up of celery being chopping by a woman with glasses.
Audio: It’s kind of like a social leveller where everyone can be equal in that space.
Video: The camera moves to show a curry meal being distributed onto plates using a large metal spoon. The camera moves to show close-ups of three men smiling and chatting. The video ends on a close up of the young man in a white T-shirt smiling directly at the camera and giving thumbs up. The video fades into a red background that shows the white Australia Post logo. Below it reads, Discover how we’re supporting local communities auspost.com.au/grants It’s building meaning into people’s lives and giving you something to look forward to.