I’m creating workshops on death and dying, so Carol Arrowsmith and Kate Mason at Sydney’s Bayside Council invited me to spend last Friday at Peter Kenyon’s brilliant ‘Bank of IDEAS’ workshop.
It’s a community-focused approach to mixing great ideas with existing resources to unleash enormous potential. So inspiring.
Peter’s quote from Paul Born in his presentation sums it up nicely: “The greatest asset of any community is simply people who care.”
Tracey Mitchell of Three Bridges Community Centre, my auspice organisation on the day, brainstormed with me.
Thank you from Good Grief! Workshops to Carol, Kate, Peter and Tracey!
To find out more about The Bank of Ideas philosophy and workshops, go to: https://bankofideas.com.au
For information for seniors provided by Bayside Council, go to: https://www.bayside.nsw.gov.au/guides/news/connecting-communities-during-covid-19/connecting-communities-seniors
For more about the dynamic Three Bridges Community Centre, at Carrs Park, go to: