Community

Condev School Involvement

At Condev we understand the importance of not only providing high quality buildings for school students, but to also provide ongoing support to the schools we build for. We realise that our community matters, our people matter and our children’s future matters. Providing ongoing support to the schools we build for and to the students we provide educational facilities is important to us and very much in alignment with our core values. Please refer to below examples of Condevs’ ongoing support of schools we build for.


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Condev had the privilege of attending the Saint Stephen’s College assembly where James Saltwell (Condev Construction Project Manager) presented the ‘Condev Community Engagement Awards’ to the deserved students. The Scholarship Award will allow these students to visit and help in a local Cambodian Community, which i an opportunity for these community-minded students to further develop their life-skills and inspire others.

Condev were also very proud to attend the unveiling of the new Saint Stephen’s College playground, where Condev assisted the Parents and Friends of Saint Stephen’s College to provide this new playground for the students.


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St Vinnie’s Christmas Appeal

Each year Condev cares supports the St Vinnies’ Christmas Appeal. For many people, Christmas is a joyful time of the year. However, over 13% of Australians are living in poverty, including 731,000 children who are unable to celebrate Christmas.

The items and gifts that are collected each year, are distributed to local families in need.

To find out more: Visit www.vinnies.org.au


CEO Sleepout

Aaron at sleepout

Condev Cares is proud to support the St Vincent de Paul Society Queensland, which helped more than 265,000 Queenslanders in 2015–16. The Vinnies CEO Sleepout® is a great fundraising initiative. Funds raised through the event will allow Vinnies to continue to provide immediate and emergency assistance to those in need, and support pathways to break the cycle of homelessness.

Our CEO Aaron Hook will again be sleeping at the CBUS Super Stadium, to bring the issue of homelessness out of the shadows. 105,000 Australians experience homelessness every night, 27 per cent are children.

 

A donation of $50 can provide warm blankets and a meal to someone facing homelessness, and $100 can keep a family’s power on this winter. Aaron hopes to raise $5,000 at this years Vinnies CEO Sleepout® held on the 21st June 2018.

To find out more: www.ceosleepout.org.au/