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The Dennis Family Corporation has raised an impressive $13,000 towards this year’s Hard Hat campaign, adding to their total tally of nearly a quarter of a million dollars!

Once again in 2022, staff members at the Dennis Family Corporation dug deep in contributing to the Property Industry Foundation’s annual Hard Hat campaign to support homeless and at-risk young people. This year, DFC raised an impressive $13,000, with major contributions from personal staff pay donations and in person or Zoom morning teas across their Melbourne metropolitan and regional locations.

Adele Levinge, daughter of Founder Bert Dennis and currently on the Property Industry Foundation’s Victorian Board of Advisors, addressed DFC’s staff and talked about the company’s long history supporting the initiatives of the Property Industry Foundation. “It was great to see so many faces in person and via Zoom across our many locations being involved in such a great cause,” said Adele.

Throughout the history of the Hard Hat campaign, the Dennis Family have been passionate supporters and given generously to a cause which aligns with their values helping to provide accommodation and hope to homeless youth. This year’s donation of $13,000 takes DFC’s overall total contribution to just under a quarter of a million dollars since the campaign’s inception! “We look forward to our continued successful association with PIF, supporting its initiatives and fundraising activities,” said Adele.

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