Last week, eight staff members from AMP took time out from their work to lend a helping hand to local resident and Aboriginal elder Christina in Elizabeth Park, South Australia.
When Stuart* moved into a one-bed apartment in Sydney’s inner city after years of living on the streets and in hostels, all he had was an “emergency pack” of air mattress and bedding, plus a borrowed TV. Today, he has a furnished home, thanks to Habitat for Humanity volunteers.
Last month, ten eager Christian Brothers College (CBC) Fremantle staff have turned their backs on their chalk boards and books to help a family in Thornlie, Western Australia.
Habitat for Humanity Australia and Settlement Services International have teamed up to do a backyard blitz-style makeover on the yards of two newly settled refugee families in Mt Druitt.
In South Australia, we have started construction on another new home and are continuing bushfire recovery efforts.
A volunteer team from Arup joined us at the beginning of the month for a Brush with Kindness activity in The Blue Mountains.
At Habitat, volunteers are our lifeblood. Without them our work would simply not be possible.
Habitat for Humanity South Australia are working with families affected by the Sampson Flat bushfires. The fires burnt through more than 12,500 hectares, destroying family homes and their treasured belongings.
Volunteers from QBE joined us for Brush with Kindness today in the Blue Mountains to help home partner, Judy clean up her garden.
The Sampson Flat bushfires raged from the 2 – 9 January in South Australia. The fires burnt through more than 12,500 hectares, destroying family homes and their treasured belongings.