Leading property group Charter Hall has partnered with social enterprise Two Good to provide 20,000 meals to domestic violence survivors throughout Australia.
From 27 June to 14 July 2018, Charter Hall, in partnership with the communities in which they operate, is “Delivering Good” across 26 of its shopping centres, and raising awareness about family and domestic violence. As part of this campaign – Two Good’s biggest donation to date – Charter Hall will provide meals to women and children in refuges nationwide.
Giant jigsaw puzzle frames will be set up in participating centres with shoppers encouraged to play their part by adding their piece to the puzzle. The puzzle-building process symbolises domestic violence survivors rebuilding their lives and the role the community can play. With every piece put into its place, a Two Good meal will be donated to a nearby shelter.
Greg Chubb, Charter Hall Retail CEO, says: “We are delighted and privileged to partner with Two Good to deliver this campaign. As an owner and manager of convenience-based shopping centres Australia-wide, we take our responsibility of giving back seriously. One in four women in Australia experience domestic violence at some point, and many of them end up in refuges whilst they work through this very challenging time in their lives. Two Good is doing extraordinary work in supporting these shelters and the women in them, and Charter Hall is honoured to be able to support Two Good to reach into regional Australia. We are also grateful that both Neil Perry and Maggie Beer are supporting us in delivering this important donation.”
A puzzle builder will start the build at each centre and encourage shoppers to participate. As the pieces of the puzzle come together they will reveal images of the Two Good community, including founder Rob Caslick, Delivering Good ambassadors Neil Perry and Maggie Beer, and some of the women within the community who have experienced domestic violence. Shoppers who get involved in-centre and choose a ‘golden’ puzzle piece at random will also receive a cookbook, dining experience or fresh food voucher.
Two Good founder Rob Caslick says: “We are thrilled to be partnering with Charter Hall Retail to raise the awareness of domestic violence in regional areas, and to take our message and work beyond Australia’s largest cities. The 20,000 meals funded by the Delivering Good campaign will go directly to shelters and refuges close to those centres. It is incredibly important for Charter Hall to support the local communities in which they operate and to connect with and provide a positive benefit for those communities.”
Since Two Good began its work in late 2016, the organisation has delivered more than 40,000 meals to refuges and shelters, and has established a kitchen in Sydney where domestic violence survivors can train for jobs in hospitality. Shoppers can find their local participating Charter Hall centre viafacebook.com/charterhall.retail. Charter Hall has also produced a video about the Two Good partnership. View it here.
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Charter Hall Delivering Good participating shopping centres:
Bateau Bay Square NSW 12 Bay Village Road, Bateau Bay, NSW 2261
Bass Hill Plaza NSW 753 Hume Highway Bass Hill NSW 2197
Carnes Hill Marketplace NSW Cnr Cowpasture & Kurrajong Roads, Horningsea Park NSW 2170
Gordon Centre/ Gordon Village NSW 802-808 Pacific Highway Gordon NSW 2072
Goulburn Square NSW 217 Auburn Street Goulburn NSW 2580
Highlands Marketplace NSW 197 Old Hume Highway Mittagong NSW 2575
Kings Langley Shopping Centre NSW Cnr James Cook Dr & Ravenhill Street, Kings Langley NSW 2147
Orange Central Square NSW 227 Summer Street, Orange NSW 2800
Pacific Square NSW 737 Anzac Parade Maroubra NSW 2035
Pemulwuy Marketplace NSW 250 Greystanes Rd, Greystanes NSW 2145
Rutherford Marketplace NSW 1 Hillview Street, Rutherford NSW 2320
Salamander Bay Square NSW 2 Town Centre Circuit, Salamander Bay NSW 2317
Singleton Square NSW Cnr John and Gowrie Street Singleton NSW 2330
Tamworth Square NSW 432-452 Peel Street, Tamworth NSW 2340
West Ryde Marketplace NSW 14 Anthony Rd, West Ryde NSW 2114
Allenstown Square QLD 139-145 Derby Street, Allenstown QLD 4700
Bribie Island Shopping Centre QLD 239-255 Goodwin Dr, Bongaree QLD 4507
Coomera Square QLD Crn Days Rd & Old Coach Rd Coomera, QLD 4209
Currimundi Markets QLD Cnr Nicklin Way & Bellara Drive, Currimundi, QLD 4551
Great Western Super Centre QLD 1028 Samford Rd, Keperra, QLD 4054
Brickworks Marketplace SA Cnr South Rd & Ashwin Pde, Torrensville SA 5031
Southgate Square SA Cnr of Sherffis Rd and Hillers Rd, Morphett Vale SA 5162
Lansell Square VIC 267 High Street, Kangaroo Flat VIC 3555
Rosebud Plaza VIC Cnr Boneo Rd & McCombe St, Rosebud, VIC, 3939
South Headland Square WA 9-31 Throssell Road, South Hedland WA 6722
Wanneroo Central WA 950 Wanneroo Rd, Wanneroo WA 6065 (campaign dates 8 to 25 August 2018)
About Two Good
Sydney based social enterprise Two Good provides food, support and training to victims of domestic violence. Two Good began life as an organic soup kitchen at St Canice’s Church in Rushcutters Bay, and has expanded to sell restaurant quality dishes, which have been designed by some of Australia’s leading chefs, including Kylie Kwong, Andrew McConnell, Darren Roberston and Matt Moran. The meals are put into jars and delivered directly to offices and businesses by delivery partner Deliveroo. With every one sold, another is donated to a domestic violence shelter. Two Good has delivered more than 40,000 meals to refuges and shelters since business began in late 2016. www.twogood.com.au
About Charter Hall
Charter Hall Group (ASX:CHC) is one of Australia’s leading fully integrated property groups, with more than 25 years’ experience managing high quality property on behalf of institutional, wholesale and retail clients. Charter Hall has more than $19 billion of funds under management across the office, retail and industrial sectors. The Group has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. The Group’s success is underpinned by a highly skilled and motivated team with diverse expertise across property sectors and risk-return profiles. Sustainability is a key element of its business approach and by ensuring its actions are commercially sound and make a difference to its people, customers and the environment, Charter Hall can make a positive impact for its investors, the community and the Group. www.charterhall.com.au