Wilson Homes’ philosophy is a company with a conscience and believes in supporting local, interstate & overseas charities, some of the charities we have sponsored and donated to over the years are:
- Guide Dogs Tasmania
- Ronald McDonald House Charity TAS
- Royal Hobart Hospital Children’s Ward
- Royal Hobart Hospital Research Foundation
- Variety Tasmania – the children’s charity
- Seconds Count Gala Ball
- Ricky Ponting Childhood Cancer Foundation
- Menzies Research Institute
- World Vision Australia
- Common Ground Tasmania
- Cancer Council of Tasmania
- HIA Youth Build
- Everyday Hero
- Movember Foundation
- Numerous Tasmanian Schools & Clubs
Wilson Homes donates one substantial amount to one individual recipient charity every year. If your charity would like to be considered please forward a detailed proposal to the general manager for consideration.
Additionally, we have supported many other community groups with labour, materials and offers of support from our company.
Guide Dogs Tasmania- Puppy Love
MONEY RAISED USED TO PURCHASE VERY SPECIAL PUPPY
Supporting the community is an important philosophy at Wilson Homes. We are thankful to everyone who helped support our efforts to rasie funds for Guide Dogs Tasmania - Puppy Love, presenting the organisation with a cheque for $3,000 in March 2017!
This money was raised by staff through various fundraising activities and was used to purchase a very special Guide Dog Pup.
Wish Home 2015 - Cambridge
A SIGNIFICANT GIFT FOR CHARITY AT CHRISTMAS TIME
The Hobart branch of Make-A-Wish received an early Christmas present when Wilson Homes presented them with a cheque for $224,367.
The generous donation from Wilson Homes comes at the end of a 12 month project that saw over 50 Tasmanian businesses join together to build a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house in Cambridge.
This is the second Wish Home that has been built by Wilson Homes over a 2 year period and will help greatly to grant the wishes of children like 9 year old local boy Samuel, diagnosed with ganglioneuroblastoma (brain tumour) who in September this year received his wish to attend the AFL grand final.
Janine Arnold, Make-A-Wish Hobart branch President, said she is thrilled by the partnership between Make-A-Wish, Wilson Homes and K&D Warehouse that saw the children’s charity receive a cheque, which Samuel accepted on its behalf.
“Our friends at Wilson Homes and K&D Warehouse have been such amazing supporters of Make-A-Wish for a number of years now. They really are a part of the Make-A-Wish family.”
“This incredibly generous outcome will help realise the wishes of children like Samuel”.
Wilson Homes General Manager, Scott Wilson is pleased to be able to help Make-A-Wish with their fundraising goals.
“We have seen first-hand the healing power of a wish and we couldn’t think of a better way to support the work that Make-A-Wish do.”
As the leading wish granting Australian charity for children with life threatening illnesses, Make-A-Wish knows that there are thousands of eligible children who would benefit from the healing power of a wish, and as such, is working hard to grant more and more each year.