Top teams transform PIF House Toongabbie

Top teams transform PIF House Toongabbie



PIF House Toongabbie was a hive of activity last week as teams from Group GSA, Hettich Australia and Knight Frank decorated the kitchen, living areas and bedrooms. Their goal was to make the house a beautiful space for at-risk and homeless young people to move into when the house opens on 11 December.  PIF House Toongabbie, has been built by PIF and Mirvac for Marist180, with a range of companies from across the property and construction sector contributing. 

A range of companies donated furniture for the home. From beds to sofas to desks and chairs.  King Living generously donated $40,000 worth of furnishings for two large living areas. Furniture was also purchased from Kmart and Big W. 

With the furnishings in hand, it was up to teams of 10 from each of Group GSA, Hettich Australia and Knight Frank to bring their decorating flair. With frenetic energy, they transformed the home into an inviting and inspiring place for teenagers who have had a difficult start in life. Awards were given for Best Dressed Room and Most Enthusiastic Team. 

This was amazing engagement opportunity for staff from the respective companies. Stay tuned for news of our transformation of PIF House Kingsford. 

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