Jon Dioffa

Help Save the Gap Filler Shipping Pallet Pavilion in Christchurch, New Zealand!

by , 05/21/13

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The Gap Filler Pallet Pavilion in Christchurch, New Zealand, was built as a community space following devastating earthquakes. The recycled shipping pallet pavilion is an incredible facility, but unfortunately it was only ever funded for one year. The organizers have now turned to crowd sourcing to secure funding to keep it open for an additional year. In addition to being a stunning piece of shipping pallet architecture, the pavilion has been a positive beacon amongst the rubble. The people of Christchurch want the facility to stay, but it will take a global fundraising effort to make it happen – check out the crowdfunding campaign here and donate today!

+ Pallet Pavilion Pledge Me Campaign

+ Gap Filler Pallet Pavilion

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