News Developers help raise more than $30,000 in the fight against domestic violence
11 March 2016 – Three dominant industry players have joined forces with Sutherland Shire Family Services to raise more than $30,000 – with more pledges still to come in – to help tackle the devastating impacts of domestic violence.
Capital Bluestone, Charter Hall and PAYCE – three of the largest property owners and developers operating in the Sutherland Shire and surrounding area – have united to help secure the much-needed funding for Sutherland Shire Family Services (SSFS) programs.
Capital Bluestone, along with its joint venture partner Cronulla Sharks, hosted the 2016 Leaders’ Luncheon on Friday, March 11 where businesses helped ensure children and families impacted by domestic violence in our community will get the help they need.
Special guests at the luncheon included White Ribbon Ambassador and TV personality Andrew O’Keefe, Sutherland Shire Council Mayor Cr Carmelo Pesce, Miranda Police Local Area Commander Superintendent Michael O’Toole, Cronulla state MP Mark Speakman and Miranda state MP Eleni Petinos representing NSW Premier Mike Baird.