Tradies in melbourne are coming together for a great cause. They are creating and selling a family home to support Neale Daniher’s inspirational campaign to fight motor neurone disease.
They will be donating the money they get from auction of 38-squares double-storey home.
More than 200 local tradies and suppliers are working together, giving their precious work time to contribute to this charity build by Henley.
A delighted Daniher said: “The entire team at Fight MND is continually humbled by the overwhelming support and generosity of organisations such as Henley, Brown Property Group and the extensive group of suppliers and tradespeople.
“The home being sold is absolutely stunning and we are honoured to be involved in this wonderful initiative and offer our heartfelt thanks to all involved in building and selling the magnificent home.’’
Henley’s CEO Antony Blackshaw said many of the professionals who contributed to the Good Friday Appeal were taking part in the latest project.
We believe more workers and tradies should do something like this and be part of greater good. This is what makes us human. If we are not able to donate the money, we can give our time and skills to support the charities and causes like this.
“It is tremendous to see so many trades and suppliers continue to be tireless contributors to Henley’s community projects,” he said.
Brown Property Group chief operating officer Ryan Pritchard said: “We are incredibly proud to welcome the trades and suppliers onsite and offer them our sincere thanks and appreciation, who will put their all in building a stunning home to help fight MND.”