At CHC, we constantly strive to deliver high-quality entry level properties to the Canberra market. Our development, Symphony Park, Harrison, is the perfect example of our projects that achieve this goal. Symphony Park was designed to provide choice and deliver diverse products to appeal to a wide range of buyer preferences. Stage 3 was recognised as a finalist for HIA’S 2017 Apartment Complex of the Year. Last year, we won the same award for Stage 2 of Symphony Park. We would like to congratulate the winner and the other finalists in the HIA’S 2017 Apartment Complex of the Year.
During Homelessness Week 7-13 August 2017, CHC collected donations and sourced items for food crisis packs on behalf of UnitingCare’s Early Morning Centre on Northbourne Avenue.
The facility provides a warm safe place, offering free breakfast weekly and providing support and referral networks to those Canberran’s who are faced with a life on the street.
An impressive $250 was raised from a BBQ lunch, which amounts to the cost of 80 breakfasts for homeless people in Canberra; and an additional $500 worth of groceries to fill emergency food packs.
Touched by the staff’s generosity and willingness to make a difference, the CHC Board of Directors matched the contributions and donated a further $750.
On the morning of 21 August CHC staff representatives, including CEO Mr Paul Kane presented the food items and a cheque for one thousand dollars to Ms Nicole Wiggins from the Early Morning Centre after a tour of the facility.
“We are very grateful to the team at CHC for thinking of us,” said Ms Wiggins. “The money received will make a huge contribution to the 250 breakfasts and 60 emergency food packs we hand out each week.
“Here, we offer a menu put together by a nutritionist to include everything from a hot breakfast likes eggs right through to fruit salads, toast and cereals and donations allow us to continue to assist those in need.”
CHC is proud to support the Canberra community and to make a difference for those experiencing homelessness.