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2021-08-06 Community & Lifestyle

Home For A Cure 2021

Satterley and Porter Davis Homes will donate a house and land package for the 2021 Home for a Cure charity auction, raising money for My Room Children’s Cancer Charity.

The single-storey, 4-bedroom Porter Davis home is being built in Satterley’s popular Arcadia community, located in the heart of Officer. Proceeds from the house and land package will be donated during Channel 9’s popular My Room Telethon later this year.

Jack Hoffmann, Satterley’s General Manager of Victoria and Queensland said that he was proud that Satterley would be a central part of the auction for the fourth time.

“This has become one of my favourite events on the calendar. It goes without saying that the most important part is that we’re raising funds for an incredibly important cause. I also get great satisfaction from seeing the generosity of people across whole communities and an entire industry contributing to something that benefits so many”.

“The auction itself is always great fun and, thanks to the combination of one of Australia’s best home builders and our well-regarded community, this is a home that will generate a huge amount of interest. It will appeal to everyone: first home owners, young families and investors,” Jack said.

Shaun Patterson, General Manager Sales and Marketing at Porter Davis said the company was thrilled to be part of the auction.

“Being able to lend a helping hand to kids who need it most while building a quality home in which someone can create a lifetime of cherished memories made our decision to support this year’s Home For A Cure an easy one”.

“Our Hampshire 25 is an exceptional home that ticks all the boxes. With four bedrooms, two bathrooms and plenty of living space, this home design makes absolutely no compromises on style or functionality,” Shaun said.

The home will include almost $100,000 worth of upgrades and inclusions including high-quality fixtures, fittings and appliances from Porter Davis Homes. Adriatic Furniture has donated $42,000 worth of home furnishings, Fleming’s has donated $15,000 worth of landscaping, Bunnings will provide $5,000 worth of outdoor furnishings and Salt & Pepper will offer $5,000 worth of homewares. The successful bidder will also receive a 12-month subscription to The Age and a 24-month subscription to Stan.

My Room’s Chairman, Maurizio Marcocci said the proceeds from the home auction would go towards supporting the organisation’s four funding pillars: family support, medical equipment, clinical care, research and clinical trials.

“It’s only with meaningful donations from our major partnerships like Porter Davis Homes, Satterley and Nine, that we can make a greater impact to funding research and clinical trials that could lead us to our goal of a 100 per cent cure rate,” Mr Marcocci says.

Channel 9 has been a proud supporter of My Room for the past 15 years. In the last five years, the Nine My Room Telethon has raised more than $7 million for the charity. Proceeds from the sale of the 2021 Home For A Cure will be announced at the Nine My Room Telethon later this year.

The Home for a Cure charity auction is scheduled for September this year. Further details will be announced in the coming weeks. To be kept up to date on the build, partner announcements and the auction, please visit

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