In 2018, Impact100 SA members voted to donate $100,000 to Puddle Jumpers to increase access to
camps and other activities for at risk children, and also to fund a bus to transport children to the
camps. Since winning the 2018 grant, Puddle Jumpers have been able to achieve this and so much
Impact100 SA members are invited to meet with Puddle Jumpers founder and CEO, Melanie Tate and
their supporters at their weekly Monday community food night. See for yourself how the Impact100
SA grant is supporting children and families through these innovative programs and services.
What: Member briefing at Puddle Jumpers
When: Monday 17 June, 4.30 – 6.00pm
Where: 52 Pleasant Avenue, Glandore (Parking is at Glandore Community Centre)
RSVP: essential by Thursday 13 June
Puddle Jumpers seeks to transform the lives of vulnerable children by developing their self-esteem
and resilience through programs such as holiday camps, activities, mentoring and weekly community
food nights. The personal growth that children experience through these programs assists them to
overcome the challenges that many of them encounter throughout their life.
Download: Puddle Jumpers Progress Report