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Lifestyle Working building gives back

04 Feb 2016

Owners at Docklands’ Lifestyle Working Collins St building gave back to the community in a big way at their end of year function in December.

As part of the festivities, donations totalling $10,000 were distributed to five charities and community groups.

Under the building’s OC constitution, owners of the strata office complex have agreed to donate a percentage of their fees to deserving charities and not-for-profit organisations each year.

In 2015, the donation recipients included Berry Street, Centre for Sustainable Leadership, Docklands Community Garden, Domestic Violence Victoria and Good Cycles.

OC chair Steve Jones said he was delighted to present the donations on behalf of the Lifestyle Working OC.

“We hope these donations contribute in some small way to the outstanding contribution these organisations are making to the community,” Mr Jones said.

“We want to play an active role in the local and greater community,” he said. “This annual donation event will allow us to contribute in a meaningful way, by providing financial assistance where it is needed. So once again we are setting new benchmarks and challenging other owners’ corporations to follow our lead.”

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