Join us for the launch of Collaborative Future Cambodia Build Against The Traffick 2013. This initiative will see charity RAWimpact, students at University of New South Wales and member of the Consutruction Industry collaborate together to lift Cambodian families out of poverty.
This event will hear from Cundall’s Alistair Coulstock and RawImpact’s Troy Roberts who will explain the background to why this initiative is needed and how the collaboration of the construction industry can improve the lives of Cambodian people.
Presentations will be followed by a question and answer session.
Alistair Coulstock - Cundall
After connecting via a mutual friend, it soon became clear to Alistair that there was a fantastic opportunity to bring together the construction industry and students to help those in poverty stricken Cambodia. Alistair will explain the many benefits of the initiatives from the Cambodian families, the students and the construction professionals involved.
Troy Roberts - RAWimpact
Troy and his wife Nicole fell in love with Cambodia’s beautiful landscape, the wealth of culture and the incredible generosity of the people. However they were astounded by the extreme poverty these people were suffering, which has inspired Troy to establish RAWimpact. Troy will explain how this hand up initiative will benefit the Cambodian families.
Date Thursday 8th August 2013
Time 5.00pm Registration 5.15pm Presentations 6.15pm Drinks and networking
Venue Cundall’s Sydney Office, Level 1, 48 Alfred Street, Milsons Point, NSW, 2061
CPD 1 GBCA CPD point
Cost $20 donation to the Build Against Traffick initiative (All money will go to the charity. Event costs will be covered by Cundall)