ADCO, an Australian owned and established construction company with over 50 years’ experience and KARI Foundation have been working together to deliver outcomes for at risk Aboriginal youth.
Recently, the ADCO team provided urgent maintenance, repairs and improvements to the KARI Transition to Independent Living House; a property secured to provide supported accommodation to Aboriginal young people at risk in Casula. We thank the team at ADCO for ensuring that these tasks could be completed in a swift and timely manner, allowing us to prepare to host new residents as soon as possible.
ADCO have committed towards providing Aboriginal people with employment pathways in construction and trade, allowing more members of our community access to skills-based career opportunities.
KARI Foundation Head of Partnerships Beau Champion said,
“The team at ADCO have been very generous with their time and skilled volunteering, especially during the current pandemic lock down in Sydney, they came to us wanting to make an impact on the lives of our youth. Helping convert this house into a home will have a lasting impression on our young people.”