Who we are:
Reviving Nambour is a registered Not-for-Profit organisation created BY THE COMMUNITY, FOR THE COMMUNITY. Nobody’s paid and nobody will ever be paid. We do what we do out of dedication, love, passion and commitment towards our town. Each and every one of us is a volunteer.
Nambour is our first and only priority
In order to preserve our independence and protect our project from any form of coercion or corruption, we are trying to be as self-funded as we can by organising crowd campaigns and social events.

We only run on private donations. You can donate as little as $5.00.
Go to our donations page.

If local businesses, corporate or regional institutions offer to support us, financially or else, we welcome their support. But it is always made clear with them that their support is a disinterested and selfless donation and that nothing can be asked or demanded in return for their donation.
We will never, EVER, betray our project to serve a sponsor’s interests.

In terms of Council support or our relationship with Nambour Alliance, the message is clear. We will always welcome their support if they decide to help us. But at the end of the day, we are prepared to save Nambour WITH or WITHOUT their support.

How it all started:
Reviving Nambour started in early February 2018 after the founder Loic Valmy put a post on Facebook asking who would be willing to join a community movement to revive Nambour.

“Our town is sick. Let’s stop whinging about the council not doing their job. If they don’t do it, then, WE WILL do it ourselves. Who’s in?”

The post went viral, liked, commented and shared by hundreds. The media got onto it and in a matter of day what was about to become “Reviving Nambour” was in all the newspapers and on all TV channels and radio stations.

12 weeks later, more than 1,400 people have joined the movement
and counting.

More than 100 people came to the presentation of the project by Loic in mid-February at Nambour Community Centre.

More than 70 volunteers showed up for the first CLEAN UP DAY on the 4th of March 2018.
Our teams cleaned sections of Quota park, pressure-cleaned Currie street, cleaned both “Nambour” entrance signs and so much more got achieved in just 1 day.
See pictures.

Since then, the movement has spread considerably and has received an almost unanimous support from residents, business owners, landlords and the Sunshine Coast Regional Council.

WE, the people of Nambour, simple residents, workers, business owners, landlords, young, elderly, have decided to take the matter in our own hands and change the image of our town once and for all.

In the past weeks, more people have taken on cleaning their little section of town themselves. We’ve seen individuals cleaning bins and benches; removing rubbish while doing their morning walk; shops finally getting brand new signs to replace their faded ones. And they’re proud sharing their achievement and the pictures on Reviving Nambour Facebook page. There’s no small contribution. Even picking up 1 paper from the street and putting it in the nearby bin makes a difference.
Everybody is contributing!!!

There’s still a lot to do. But we have started something great, something grand!

Join us now and together, little by little, WE can make a huge difference!