Wolfdene strives to positively engage with the community through our Wolfdene Community program.
We run a calendar of events to enable residents and visitors to meet some of their neighbours, experience something new and enjoy their surroundings. It’s also an opportunity for us to come along, get to know people and chat about how we can make their neighbourhoods better.
In 2019, we’re working with local council and not-for-profit organisations to expand our investment in the community even wider to help address a range of key social issues.
Wolfdene Contributes $100k to the Bushfire Crisis
Like so many Australians, I spent the Christmas/New Year’s period watching on with a sense of disbelief and despair as devastating bushfires raged in Queensland, NSW, South Australia and Victoria.
The scale of the crises is hard to comprehend.
It was reported today that more than 14 million acres have burned so far and we’ve all read or viewed the news showing the impact this has had on townships, homes, individuals, wildlife and wilderness.
Through the devastation has shone countless stories of inspiration especially from those fighting the fires and those directly impacted by them.
Equally inspiring has been the fundraising, donations and general empathy shown by Australian’s from all walks of life.
To play our small part, Wolfdene has contributed $100,000 through the Victorian Country Fire Authority (CFA).
Split across the ‘Bushfire Disaster Appeal’ and the CFA itself, the aim is to provide some support to those communities in immediate need, as well as helping the CFA in its preparation for future fires in the seasons to come.
For further information on these causes and how to make a donation, visit:
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The Wolfdene Foundation has partnered with disability service provider Blairlogie to create a social enterprise model that will supply much needed local Specialist Disability Accommodation to the City of Casey.Read Article
In February, Wolfdene sponsored Cranbourne West Primary School’s water safety excursion at Bonbeach.
Run by Life Saving Victoria, the Multicultural Beach Program was a great way to educate students on life saving techniques and water safety messages.Read Article
With stages 1-3 now titled and the first homes starting to go up, this was a great opportunity to capitalise on an exciting milestone in the projects history by welcoming our Stage 1-5 purchasers to Brompton for our very first Meet Your Neighbours event.Read Article
Fresh from a break after the World Titles in London, Morgan Mitchell (Wolfdene Community Ambassador) attended a number of local primary schools in the City of Casey to provide an insight into what it takes to be an elite athlete.Read Article
On a typically warm and windy spring day in Point Cook, Wolfdene joined forces with the Wyndham Council and students from nearby Featherbook College to collect 450 litres of rubbish from the ‘Saratoga’ wetlands.Read Article
Wolfdene Community has partnered with local business, Glascott Landscape and Civil, to build a much needed Sensory Garden at Lyndhurst Primary School.Read Article
The Wolfdene Community Program is off to a great start in 2017, partnering again with local school, Cranbourne West Primary for their much-needed Learn to Swim Program.Read Article
After months of practice, the Cranbourne West Wolves flew to the finish line in this year's RACV Energy Breakthrough event, coming in 49th out of 92 teams from all over Victora.Read Article
Last week our Olympic Ambassador, Morgan Mitchell visited local Wolfdene Community schools in both the South East and West areas of Victoria.Read Article
The Cranbourne West Wolves had their first official Human Powered Vehicle meet for the RACV Energy Breakthrough at Casey Fields on October 15.Read Article
As part of Wolfdene Community, the team have been visiting local schools and delivering programs that aim to actively strengthen children's physical and emotional wellbeing. As part of this, we have been running several yoga classes within schools located on the urban fringe.Read Article
Based on the success of previous terms and feedback from our latest survey, Wolfdene will host a third 11-week program of fun, family-friendly and healthy activities from the Brompton Community Pavilion. Activities are FREE and all are welcome, so please make sure you bring your family and friends.Read Article
At Brompton, we host a range of fun, family-friendly and healthy activities from our Community Pavilion and Cafe. These activities are FREE, open to all and are designed specially to foster connectivity.
To date, we have run several programs including Group Fitness, Boxing (for fitness), Yoga and Cooking classes. These activities attract a range of participants from all over Cranbourne and its surrounds. Here is what Taryn, a land purchaser at Brompton, had to say about her experience so far.Read Article
Thinking of improving your health and wellbeing? Wolfdene is pleased to announce that we will be hosting another 10-week program of fun, family-friendly and healthy activities from the Brompton Community Pavilion!Read Article