The value of giving

18th January 2017

General News Philanthropy

At Henley, philanthropy is simply part of who we are and what we do, each and every day.

We truly engage and give back where we can because a vision for change has always held a strong place in the hearts of our Directors. We have raised over $23 million dollar over 27 years and we will continue our work locally, nationally and internationally. It is part of our commitment as a business to build better futures.
We have donated over 60 houses to charity, an achievement made possible by partnering with like-minded trades and suppliers, who we are so incredibly proud to work alongside.

2017 will see Henley’s 24th year of building and donating houses to the Good Friday Appeal. This also marks the 8th year that the house has been built on land donated by Villawood, continuing the much-loved “Henley and Villawood Properties Charity Auction Home” initiative for another year.

2017 will see Henley’s 24th year of building and donating houses to the Good Friday Appeal.

We are excited to build our impressive Palace 38 on a premier block of land in the Armstrong Community. Boasting living areas of grand proportions, the Palace 38 is truly one of Henley’s most palatial homes. At over 38 squares it will feature four bedrooms, two bathrooms with two additional powder rooms, theatre room, study and upstairs rumpus for the kids. The home is set on a spacious 600m2 block of land which features a Grand Alfresco set amongst the oversized backyard.

This spacious double storey will be one of the most impressive auction homes yet, ready for one very lucky bidder to move straight in.

Check back soon for updates on the auction date and times!

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