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Hotondo Homes’ partnership with
Make-A-Wish® Australia began in 2014 and has grown into a major element of the business. Our members are dedicated to helping to raise funds and create a world of possibility for children battling a life-threatening illness.’
Over the years our builders have helped make a lasting difference to seriously ill children and their families. Whether it’s been through fundraising, building cubby houses, kennels or even wishing wells, we are incredibly proud of the impact we have had on so many children from right across Australia.
Make-A-Wish creates a world of possibility for seriously-ill children by bringing to life their wishes in an unforgettable way.
From seeing unicorns fly to rocketing to the moon, each wish is as unique as the imagination of the child, helping to build emotional resilience to face the future and creating memories that will last a lifetime.
Daphnie is five years old and full of fun and vibrancy. She loves all the usual things a five year old loves… including Cinderella and telling off her little brother!
Her wish was for a cubby house all of her own. Her family call it her ‘magical’ cubby house for the incredible effect it has had on her.
Congratulations to Aaron Anstis from Ocean Grove who was awarded the 2018 Make-A-Wish Overall Achievement award at the Hotondo Homes National Conference. Aaron’s commitment and dedication to Make-A-Wish was shown when he walked 100kms and raised over $10,000 for the charity.
Congratulations to Craig, Marty and the team from Wagga Wagga who were awarded 2018 Make-A-Wish Event of the Year at the Hotondo Homes National Conference. The team hosted an incredible Trivia Night which helped raise over $10,000 for
Hotondo Southcoast hosted an incredible golf day which welcomed a number of supplier partners and trades and raised an amazing $15,000 for Make-A-Wish. A huge thank you to all our partners and trades who sponsored this wonderful event.
Funds raised through our inspirational partnership help make the impossible possible for really sick kids like Scarlett, 5, living with a heart defect, who wished to see a unicorn fly and taste it’s rainbow horn.