16 hours for Hummingbird House

16 hours for Hummingbird House

We have had an incredible response from our staff, now that Uni-span Can is in full swing! Even with the year’s end approaching and that busy time starting to sneak up on us all; hands are still being raised to volunteer and help those in need.

By the end of 2014, Uni-span staff would have jointly volunteered 72 hours of their time in order to support the fantastic charities that form part of Uni-span Can’s purpose, this just 2 months since the program’s inception.

Jurie Roetger, Uni-span’s National Industrial Scaffolding Manager and Geoff Peacock, Industrial Project Manager, were first to help out the incredible Hummingbird House. Once built, Hummingbird House will be the first children’s hospice in Queensland and will offer a comprehensive continuum of care to babies, children and teens with life limiting conditions and their families. It will be a home away from home where treasured moments are created and life is lived to the full.

In order to raise much needed funds for the Hummingbird House project, Bunnings BBQ’s have been arranged across Queensland. Jurie and Geoff helped set up, cook up and sell sausage sizzles whilst helping raise awareness for this organisation that will help so many families.

After a busy day and many many sausage sizzle sales, Hummingbird House were thrilled with Jurie & Geoff’s participation and look forward to Uni-span Can assisting them again in the near future.

Uni-span Can is a tremendous initiative, one that is very close to our hearts. The response from Uni-span’s team has been very gratifying and says so much about us and our organisation.

Wayne Hughes, Uni-span CEO