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JELD-WEN Foundation partners with Lion

Providing more than quality building products, the JELD-WEN AUSTRALIA group extend a helping hand to the community and in doing so promote true Australian values like mateship, team work and the determination to get the job done!

One of the core values that employees at JELD-WEN Australia share is a concern for work mates when times and circumstances are tough, combined with a willingness to get involved in a diverse range of activities that support the communities where they live and work. This is the motive behind why the JELD-WEN Australia Staff Foundation was created in 2010.

JELD-WEN AUSTRALIA group extend a helping hand to the community
Before and after renovation of the Jamberoo RSL hall on the south coast in April.

The mission of the JELD-WEN Australia Staff Foundation is to support worthy causes that have a direct, positive impact on the long-term health, well-being and future of the communities in which we all live and work. It offers ongoing support for this charitable and voluntary work and reinforces the company’s commitment to give something back to communities.

This year the JELD-WEN Australia Staff Foundation has been actively involved with the Tooheys New Crew which is headed by Rugby League legend Paul ‘The Chief’ Harragon.

The Tooheys New Crew is a team of skilled tradies who are on the road helping communities renovate or restore local community buildings. Paul Harragon said that the work of the Tooheys New Crew is about fostering mateship by doing favours that have a lasting and positive impact on communities.

JELD-WEN Australia Senior Vice President for the Window Division, Adrian Tate, said the opportunity to supply doors and windows to the Tooheys New Crew projects was an easy decision for the Foundation, which has the specific purpose of “helping worthy endeavours” in the local communities where JELD-WEN Australia employees live and work.

The first three community projects for 2012 were the renovation of Chatswood Rugby Club in Sydney in March; the complete overhaul and renovation of the Jamberoo RSL hall on the south coast of NSW April; and in Dubbo, Western NSW in May, the construction of the new Dubbo Touch Rugby Association Clubhouse, just in time for the 2012 Touch Country Championships that will see 70 teams from across NSW converge on the new facility to compete for the cup.

The JELD-WEN Australia brand of Stegbar supplied a all the of windows and doors requested by the Tooheys New Crew in order to complete each project for all three NSW communities.

To find out more about the projects the Tooheys New Crew have completed or to submit your community project for consideration visit

Home Option Gallery works with many of the buildings industry’s finest brand names.

Many of these high profile companies not only provide quality products and services but are actively involved in community programs and charity organisations. In each issue of Gallery, we will give you an insight into some of the great work these companies are doing or supporting. The building industry is more than bricks and mortar!