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Next Supporting Work of Property Industry Foundation

Next has become a Corporate Donor of the Property Industry Foundation, the charity of choice for the property and construction industry, which has provided financial support and in-kind industry services to charitable organisations for more than 20 years.

Next Founder & CEO, Joseph Di Girolamo said: “We recognise the importance of the work undertaken by the Property Industry Foundation and are proud to support their ongoing efforts in making a real difference to the lives of disadvantaged young people in the community.

“I am confident our team at Next will embrace the opportunity to be part of this industry initiative to help address these complex social issues and that they will make a positive contribution to the Foundation’s activities.”

The Foundation was established in 1996 and partners with respected charities to build safe environments and support charity managed initiatives focussed on education, employment and wellbeing. The Foundation operates in NSW, Victoria and Queensland.

Since inception, the Foundation has proven to be a very successful forum and philanthropic focal point for companies and individuals in the property and construction industry to use their skills and resources to help at risk and homeless young people.

The Foundation’s corporate donors and industry supporters make significant contributions of time, expertise and materials towards building projects, fundraising activities, volunteer programs and networking groups all aimed at making a differences to lives of “at-risk” young Australians.

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PIF functionNext representatives are pictured receiving their Property Industry Foundation Corporate Donor certificate at a recent networking function (from left) Mark Di Noia, Next Managing Director; Joseph Di Girolamo, Next Founder & CEO; Rosemary Smithson, Foundation CEO; Steve Gatt, Foundation, Chairman NSW Board of Advisers; and Nada Andrews, Next Manager, Promotion & Marketing.

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