Redink Homes Midwest and Geraldton Heights Estate have joined forces to offer the incredible house and land package which can only be described as a massive boost for the local charity.
The fully furnished and landscaped charity home, will be auctioned later in the year, with proceeds from the sale of the house to be donated to the charity.
“We are absolutely thrilled to work with such generous and community minded people at Redink Homes Midwest and Geraldton Heights Estate on this magnificent project for the charity” said president, Chris Dobson. It is extremely exciting for us all and very humbling to be given this opportunity. We are constantly overwhelmed by the generosity of our supporters in this community, and things are looking even bigger and better in 2014!”
Peter Bisby, the General Manager at Redink Homes Midwest said “Redink Homes Midwest started in the same year as Charity Begins at Home, and it is so gratifying to think that 6 years later we are partnering with them on such a worthwhile project as the Charity Home in Geraldton Heights. Our local Redink Team are also very excited about the project and all of them are very aware of this most unique charity. We see this as a fantastic opportunity to support a community that has supported us over the last 6 years. I personally look forward to working with the committee on this beautiful home and the funds that it will raise for the benefit of the people who live in this wonderful city.”
Geraldton Heights Estate, located off Webber Road in Moresby is a master planned community that once completed, will be home to 2,500 residential lots, a new town centre, landscaped parks and schools.
Development Manager, Travis Kell, said that, “Geraldton Heights was honoured to be involved in donating the land for such a worthwhile charity, that will give something back to locals in need within the community.”
With humble beginnings back in 2008, Midwest Charity Begins at Home has now raised over $1,072,000 to assist individuals and families in the Midwest community suffering from serious illness such as cancer.
“Having two major fundraisers will allow us to help so many more people in need right here in the Midwest”
The charity home will be auctioned later in the year at a date to be advised. The charities 7th annual gala dinner is set to take place on the 29th November, 2014.
You can find out more about Midwest Charity Begins at Home via their webpage www.charitybeginsathome.org.au or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or Chris Dobson on 0438 939 739.
The 2014 committee – Chris Dobson, Maree Kennedy, Amanda Miragliotta, Renee Doyle, Anne-Maree Hopkinson, Sonya Lambden, Lisa Pirrottina and Joanne Lee would like to thank Red Ink Homes and Geraldton Heights for their fantastic support!