DCWC takes its commitment to reducing youth homelessness to the next level

DCWC takes its commitment to reducing youth homelessness to the next level


Quantity surveyor and project manager Donald Cant Watts Corke (DCWC) is certainly not a company that rests on its laurels when it comes to reducing homelessness.  Its staff have been regulars at PIF events and its directors have lent their skills to our work. Now the company has taken the extra step of becoming a Gold Donor in both NSW and Victoria.

Directors Shayne Taylor and Paul Tomisic have been long-term PIF supporters, Shayne having previously been on the NSW Board of Advisors. 

Shayne said that the company was keen to give back to the community, to assist with the development of the PIF House program.

“It’s a fabulous and worthy cause, in which PIF can deliver great outcomes by leveraging our involvement in the property industry,” he said.

“We are proud to make PIF one of our chosen charities and we believe in its benefits – we are also passionate about supporting other members in the property and construction industry who support this cause. We would also like to contribute with staff of DCWC joining some of the committees.”

Staff are also looking forward to contributing to the cause by helping in the delivery of future PIF Houses.

This is all part of the company’s wider contribution on the issue of homelessness in the community. DCWC has also been a part of TEN Women and Housing All Australians (HAA), raising funds for pop-up shelters to help combat homelessness.

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