Mirvac spends their community day with Sunnyfield

October 26, 2016

At Mt Druitt and Allambie Heights, Mirvac volunteers worked alongside Supported Employees for the day, to learn about their roles and share in their experiences as part of the Enterprises Buddy Day. Lilyfield Community Services Hub was a hive of activity as Mirvac volunteers joined forces with contractors, tradesman and suppliers to transform the site.

The mammoth task included laying concrete slabs and adding raised garden beds, outdoor furniture (including a shade cloth) and planter boxes with vegetables and herbs. The gardens are now wheelchair accessible, so all clients can enjoy time outdoors, soak up the summer sunshine and care for the kitchen garden. The entire interior of the house was also given a fresh coat of paint from ceiling to floor, which gave new life to the space. It was a fantastic day with spectacular results.

We are extremely grateful for Mirvac’s wonderful hard work, time and commitment and their continued support of Sunnyfield to support people with disability.



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