The majority of our products is made by talented craftsmen and women right here in the northern rivers of northern NSW. This collaboration with north coast tradespeople helps local employment, boosts the local economy, delivers valuable local training opportunities and the final result exhibits the superior workmanship and commitment to quality that is a hallmark of our business.
We are also pleased to be able to contribute in the following ways:
Starting in June 2017 we are contributing to B1G1 in the following ways :
1) Based on our weekly quotations we give 30 children in need, access to computer education
2) Based on our weekly installations we give 20 visually impaired people a special gift for sight
Couple fight for little Molly
SUPPORT MOLLY: Melissa and Ben Black, from Ballina, with their daughter Molly, who has a chromosomal disorder. Graham Broadhead
WITH a peck on the cheek from Dad, Ben, a smile burst across the face of little Molly Black.
“Sometimes it’s hard to get her to smile,” mum Melissa said as two-year-old Molly beamed.
Doting parents, Ben and Mel, would do anything for their first child.
That’s not much different to any parent.
However, the Ballina couple are supporting Molly while she faces some big challenges.
Molly was born with a rare chromosomal disorder called Trisomy 12P, along with a blood disorder that caused caused a massive haemorrhage shortly after birth that has left Molly with severe brain damage and significant delays in all areas of her development.
She can’t walk, she can’t crawl, can’t feed herself and has respiratory problems.