Fundraise a Water Drinking Fountain for Mullumbimby

The Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce is partnering with Mullum SEED and its Bunya Sustainablity Fund to fundraise for a:


We want to reduce the use of disposable water bottles in our town.

Did you know that 33% of the plastic waste in our oceans is plastic drink containers?!

Worldwide there is now a higher ratio of plastic in the ocean than food for our fish and sea birds to safely eat.

A public filtered Water Station midway in town on the Santos corner will provide free, fresh, clean filtered water, negating the need to buy water. It will feature:

  • Wheelchair accessible drinking fountain
  • Multiple bottle refill points
  • A dog drinking bowl
  • Educational/Promotional signage
  • Filtered water usage meter
  • Vandal proof stainless steel construction

13406712_246208582417853_7489041399956199260_nYes! I’d like to donate to this community asset

Simply click on the donate button below and nominate how much you’d like to donate. Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce will give a “Mullum Cares” water bottle to anyone who donates $30 or more to the cause. Donations over $2 will be sent a full tax deductlble receipt.

PayPal Instructions

PayPal Instructions

Please note: If you don’t have a PayPal account, you can still donate by credit card by clicking the Continue link at the bottom of the donation page.

Donations can also be made by direct deposit on in person. If you like to donate this way then please email your contact details to [email protected] to receive return tax receipt.

Direct debit:
Bunya Fund at ANZ Mullumbimby
BSB: 012 742
Account: 2093 50036
ref: your name/water

In Person: At Stewarts Menswear, Burringbar St, Mullumbimby.

Do you own a business and want to sponsor this great project?

Simply email [email protected] for more information. Sponsorships packages are available to businesses who give $500 or more. Each sponsor will get their logo on the water fountain when it’s installed.

Let’s make this happen ASAP and then perhaps other towns in the Byron Shire will join in and we can save our sea creatures one less plastic water bottle at a time.