Mater charity going under the public

FINAL preparations are underway as The Mater Foundation counts down the days to one of the biggest auctions on the charity’s calendar.
The foundation is auctioning a luxury home at Helensvale on October 15 to raise funds for premature babies.
The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home at 21 Forest Ct in The Surrounds estate is marketed by Jo Dryden, of Coronis, and is open for inspection ahead of the auction.

21 Forest Court, Helensvale is going to auction on October 15.
It is the ninth property built by Plantation Homes for the groups’s House of Life initiative – a partnership between Plantation Homes and The Mater Foundation.
More than 100 trades and suppliers donated their time and resources over nine months while construction took place.
“This year, we once again have a group of passionate and dedicated trades and suppliers who
donate their time and resources in making this extraordinary build happen, some who have
contributed to the cause since its inception, and others who have joined us along the way,” said Plantation Homes general manager Alex Raleigh.

The house makes a statement from the street.
“Each contribution means so much to us and adds immeasurable value to the worth of the home”.
“It is such a privilege to be part of a team where we have dozens of generous trades and suppliers who donate their time and resources in making this special build possible.

Luxury at every turn.
Mater Foundation Executive Director Andrew Thomas said the money raised from the auction would go towards supporting the 2000 seriously ill and premature babies who are cared for at Mater’s Neonatal Critical Care unit each year, as well as to fund important research projects to improve outcomes for mothers and babies.
“This project is a labour of love, with all of the suppliers and tradespeople donating their time, skills and resources to support sick and premature babies,” Mr Thomas said.
More than $5 million has been raised for The Mater Foundation from the past eight House for Life charity homes built between 2008 and 2019, with the 2019 charity home selling for

The lounge area.

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