Construction company ADCO has been selected as the building partner for the next Property Industry Foundation (PIF) House in Sydney, which aims to provide homeless young people a safe and secure place to live.
ADCO and the Property Industry Foundation will build a five-bedroom home in Dulwich Hill for Stepping Stone House.
On average, each bedroom is occupied by three young people each year – some for one night and some for six months.
The PIF House Program brings together the property and construction industry to build homes for homeless youth.
ADCO CEO Neil Harding said the company is delighted to be building partner for the Property Industry Foundation’s next project.
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“Our vision is to give back to the communities in which we live and work, and we are grateful for PIF and the work they do to achieve very real change,” he said.
ADCO has been a supporter of PIF’s work for the past 17 years, through events such as Hard Hat Day and the 30-Day Fitness Challenge.
Stepping Stone House CEO Jason Juretic said the collaboration between ADCO and PIF will dramatically change young lives forever
“Their ongoing efforts will create a safe place for children and young people at risk or experiencing homelessness to heal, build resilience, create connections and become the very best they can be,” Juretic said.