Raine and Horne

Obove left: Raine &Horne Port Augusta’s Greg Kipling’s Outback Postie Ride for Apex Copper Coast Retreats raises $1.5M+ since 2007,providing respite cabins for South Australians affected by cancer. Above right: Raine & Horne’s HQ team volunteered at Dignity House in December 2022, showing their community spirit. Dignity’s unique approach to the challenge of homelessness is underpinned by dignified care for people experiencing homelessness of working with several selected charities, said Angus. “It’s an amazing opportunity for all Raine & Horne offices to contribute to the progress of Australia. “Raine & Horne has collaborated with many charitable organisations for almost 140 years, and the establishment of the Foundation made this support official. It will ensure we continue to be very strategic with the causes we support.” Support for the homeless The Foundation launched by giving support to Dignity, a charity endeavouring to end homelessness in Australia. A significant $50,000 donation was raised by selling 3,000 pairs of Swanky Socks as part of its ‘Take a walk in their socks’ campaign that ran for the entirety of the fourth quarter of 2021. Founded in 2015, Dignity’s unique approach to the challenge of homelessness is underpinned by dignified care for people experiencing homelessness from a mum and her three-day-old baby to a 90-year-old gentleman. The charitable organisation operates 14 guest homes, provides shelter for up to 180 Australians every night of the year, provides 10,000 meals a month and over the last 6 years has supported 65,000 Australians at risk of or experiencing homelessness. In July 2022, Dignity named one of their guest houses Raine & Horne Foundation House. At the time, Angus, commented: “It is rewarding to see the tangible impact that the Raine & Horne Foundation has had on Dignity, following the launch of the partnership in July 2021.” 81

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