• April 21, 2021
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In solidarity with the homeless, our company’s director and Building Consultant, Elie Farah has hosted a barbeque in conjunction with providential homes. It is an honour for our company to work with Providential homes who have been providing food, clothing and shelter to thousands of people every year across Sydney.
They have several accommodation styles including accommodations for single men and women, women with children, youth and a variety of family homes, which can comfortably house families of up to 9 people.
Overall, there are many ways through which one can surely make a difference in helping the less fortunate during these challenging and perilous times. There is no doubting the value in giving of one’s time in a voluntary capacity or giving one’s talents in a way that creates a meaningful difference and impact. During these difficult times, it’s incumbent upon all of us to do our best to help one another.
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About Elie Farah

Elie Farah is a Building Consultant with over 25 years of experience in the property industry. Elie has specialised knowledge in development acquisitions, blue-chip properties and inspections, as well as flood-affected and waterfront properties, heritage buildings, bushfire management and existing use rights.

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