Our Supporters

Build for a Cure would not be possible without the support and generosity of our incredible supporters.
Thank you to:

Urban Land Housing

Urban Land Housing is a boutique property company, with offices in Bella Vista, Colebee, Denham Court, Edmondson Park, Marsden Parek, Maitland and Stonecutters Ridge, providing a range of customised services to their valued clients. From project marketing and residential sales to property management, with a focus on optimising return and minimising risk for their clients through expertise, dedication, and innovation. We are pleased to have the Urban Land Housing team on board as the official Build for a Cure 2021 agency.

Winning Commercial

Winning Commercial are Australia’s leading full-service kitchen, laundry and bathroom solutions provider. Helping developers, project home builders, architects and interior designers find the right product solution for their project. We are delighted to have Winning Commerical onboard as the official supplier for Build for a Cure 2021.

Dixon Rock and Block

Dixon Rock and Block are proud to be involved in the CCIA Build for a cure 2021 by providing Sandstone blocks for the project.

For the past 30 years The Dixon Group have provided premium Sandstone products and Sand to the eastern states of Australia from its Maroota quarries in NSW.

The Quarries provides direct employment for approximately 35 local workers and their families as well as products for local transport and landscape supply companies.

Parklea Sand & Soil

Parklea Sand & Soil is your local one stop shop for all your building and landscaping needs; providing quality service since 1988.

Specialising in Bulk Haulage for all projects large and small. Whether you are a home handy person, tradesperson, builder or civil contractor, they can cater to your needs.

The

Western Weekender

The Western Weekender is a local, independent publication that is delivered to homes and businesses across the Penrith Local Government Area and has been the heartbeat of the Penrith area for 30 years. Boasting the widest circulation of all papers in the Penrith region, and with a loyal and dedicated readship, we are excited to have them onboard as a media partner for Build for a Cure 2021.