Community & Environment
For every home sold in Western Australia and Victoria during February 2009, the ABN Group donated $1,000 to the appeal. This equated to $345,000. Adding to the new home sales, 1,200 ABN staff and families also generously donated their own money and raised a remarkable total of over $90,000. In total, the ABN Group pledged over $435,000 to help rebuild the lives of the victims of Victoria’s tragic bushfires.
Dale Alcock is passionate about community issues and charity work, contributing more than $5 million in the past decade to projects such as the WA Drug Treatment Program, the Fremantle Medical Research Foundation, The Salvation Army, Appealathon and to junior football.
For the fifth consecutive year, Dale Alcock Homes was the major partner of the Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal doorknocking campaign, which aims to help Western Australians dealing with substance abuse and domestic violence, and those experiencing extreme financial pressure. The doorknock appeal raised over $680,000 in Western Australia and the company has committed to partner with this initiative again next year.
Harry Hunter Rehabilitation Centre
The Salvation Army operates the Harry Hunter facility as an accommodation service, which runs a 13 week rehabilitation program for substance abuse. Unfortunately, one of the houses used for accommodation has deteriorated substantially, unable to be used reducing the capacity of the centre.
DAH has offered the support by substantially reducing costs to build three new units which will dramatically improve the numbers and turn around time through the facility.
Caring as a pastime.
Passionate people can’t help but see opportunities to do some good. The self-styled ‘Shine Committee’ at Dale Alcock Homes is a great example. The committee organise staff to make a difference. They develop ideas to make the company more environmentally friendly; they arrange for collections for charity; they encourage volunteering within the community.
It’s clear to Dale Alcock that people who care about their work are likely to care about many other things as well.
South West Charity Home - Vote My Charity
In 2010 Dale Alcock Homes South West offered local South West charities an opportunity for a share of funds from their inaugural charity home located in Vasse Newtown Estate, Busselton (estimated to be $100,000). From the generosity of our many supporters the 6 finalist charities are set to receive more funds than they ever anticipated…
Read more about the SW Charity Home
Dale Alcock Homes South West has donated $50,000 to the City of Bunbury Surf Life Saving Club to complete much needed renovations to their club rooms located at Bunbury’s Back Beach.
The club was founded in 1915 and was the second club founded in Western Australia. Since those early days members have volunteered countless hours of Surf Patrol duty to keep Bunbury’s beaches safe for swimmers and surfers. Members have performed numerous rescues and attended to thousands of major and minor first aid incidents.
“The renovations will benefit club members and the community and we also hope to use the funds to create a much needed store area which will benefit our volunteers creating extra space for our equipment”.
South West Donates Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade Shed
Dale Alcock Homes South West has constructed a much needed extension to the Bunbury Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade shed to support the growing fleet of Fire Trucks.
The Bunbury Bush Fire Brigade attends fires all around the state from Eneabba to Roleystone, from Lake Clifton to Bridgetown as well as protecting the Bunbury community and comprises solely of volunteers donating their own time to protecting our community.
The extension valued at over $50,000 will immediately assist the brigade providing more space and a refurbished premises for the volunteer fire fighters.
“Supporting our local community is something Dale Alcock Homes is very passionate about and we will continue do as much as we possibly can especially in the much needed area of critical community emergency and crisis services and where the people involved are primarily volunteers”. Jeff Hayres, General Manager of Dale Alcock Homes South West said.
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