PRESS RELEASE: 23rd September 2013
A one-off designed and built children’s playhouse is expected to raise $25,000 for sick children and their families when it is raffled at this weekend’s Home and Garden Show in Wellington.
The playhouse has been designed by Andrew Sexton Architecture and will be built by Certified Builders and displayed during the three days of the show. All proceeds from will be given to Ronald McDonald House in Wellington.
All material for the playhouse has been be donated by various companies.
Certified Builders Wellington President Nick Jones said the project will enable the public to see how closely Certified Builders, architects and building suppliers work together.
“Plus we’ll be raising money to help sick children and their families. And for the lucky winner it will result in a playhouse guaranteed to bring hours of joy.”
Tickets are $5 and are available from the Certified Builders’ marquee at the entrance to the Home and Garden Show.