This June, the team at Adenbrook Homes made a pledge to #gopink in support of our corporate partners, the National Breast Cancer Foundation with a goal to raise $12,000 to contribute to ongoing breast cancer research – research that will detect tumours earlier, improve outcomes and ultimately save lives.

Go Pink month looked a little different across Australia for Adenbrook Homes. Each franchise got creative to raise awareness for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. We saw our Greater Sydney franchise owner Daniel Galea and site supervisor Ben Adams ‘Shave It’, our National Sales and Marketing Manager Christie Turner chose to ‘Colour It’ and each of our teams ‘Wore It’ with a custom PINK uniform. Nadia from the Gold Coast chose to wear bright Pink make-up for the month of June.  Our Marketing Team got active and each member chose different activities, Mel ran 150km’s to raise awareness and Lauren did 53 Sit-Ups per day for the 53 Australians who are diagnosed each and every day. Shelley and Charlotte James from our Hawkesbury Blue Mountains Franchise walked 150km’s together throughout the month of June.

And, finally the results are in… Adenbrook Homes raised over $24,600 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation which is double our goal! We are so proud of our achievement and the contribution we have made by taking decisive action towards a future without fear of breast cancer. This is a cause that is very close to our hearts and we vow to continue doing what we can to support such an incredible, life saving cause!

A huge congratulations to our Sydney and Wollongong teams who together raised over $16,000 which is an outstanding effort and something the team are very proud of. Daniel and Ben might be feeling the cold a little more now since shaving but their contribution is impressive and worthy of accolades. Well done everyone!




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$25,000 CASH BONUS

There has never been a better time to buy a new home than now! The Federal Government has announced a fabulous incentive scheme for new home buyers, with a $25,000 cash bonus for new home builds. This scheme is available now and will only be available for a limited time, so new home buyers have to act now to take advantage of this great opportunity.

For first home buyers, other Government Grants remain in place for eligible buyers including the First Home Owners Grant and the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme, making buying your first home a reality.

If you have been considering buying a new home, now is the time to act so you can build and SAVE! Take advantage of the $25,000 cash bonus so you can really stop dreaming and start building.


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Mid North Coast team raise $10,000!

In August of this year, the Adenbrook Homes Mid North Coast team launched a fundraising campaign to raise much needed funds for breast cancer research. With 50 women diagnosed every day, breast cancer is the most diagnosed cancer in Australia and the Adenbrook Homes team want to help find a cure. Having personally been impacted by breast cancer the cause is close to the heart of the Mid North Coast team and this was the motivation to set their sights on raising $10,000 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

The National Breast Cancer Foundation opened their doors in 1994 and has since raised over $171 million to fund an incredible 534 breast cancer research projects across Australia. This has led to the development of new treatment outcomes, diagnostic tools and approaches to improve the quality of life of those affected by breast cancer. The NBCF is 100% community funded with no government support, so the Adenbrook Homes team understand that we need to come together to continue to fund this research if we are going to achieve the goal of zero deaths.

Business owner, Matt Morris said “we are always focused on how we can engage with the community and help those around us. When you consider how many lives are impacted by breast cancer every year, it was an easy decision for us to immerse ourselves in this fundraiser.” The Adenbrook Homes Mid North Coast sprung into action and team rallied the support of their clients and local community with a request to display an awareness sign out the front of their home throughout the August and September appeal which was extremely well received. With signs installed across the Port Macquarie and Coffs Harbour regions the team could see the impact immediately.

For every sign displayed, the team vowed to donate $50 and also welcomed contribution from the local community so they could reach their goal of $10,000, and that is exactly what they did. Matt Morris and his team not only raised the $10,000 for NBCF but also raised awareness about breast cancer across their region. It is this awareness that will drive ongoing support and continued research to help find a cure.

The incidence of breast cancer has increased in recent years, the 5-year survival rate has increased to 91% over the last 25 years and much of this progress is thanks largely due to research. The more Australians that donate to research, the more likely we are of achieving the goal of zero breast cancer deaths by 2030. Adenbrook Homes are now a corporate partner of National Breast Cancer Australia and welcome any donations or support from the local community to continue to aid this amazing cause.


Style School | Introduction

Choosing the finishing touches for your home can be overwhelming to say the least, especially when you are in panic mode standing under the fluorescent store lights with a pushy salesperson. But, with a few tricks up your sleeve, it doesn’t have to be daunting or overly expensive.

In the coming weeks we will be chatting with Kirstin and Steph from Windemere Interiors in our new mini series “Style School” for some helpful and practical advice on how to choose furniture and accents to complement your home and lifestyle. From big ticket items like lounges and dining tables to pendant lighting and towels, we’ve got you covered!

Stay tuned next week for the first installment of Style School.

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