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The Property Industry Foundation has a deep understanding of how to make corporate partnerships work. Fiona Atkinson finds out more

This is a story of corporate relationships, but not the usual one. It is a story of a charity, built by the corporate sector, with foundations based on rock-solid relationships that have raised the roof for homeless youth rebuilding their lives. Can you guess the theme of this story is ‘buildings’? Did we squeeze in enough construction puns? 

The charity in question is the Property Industry Foundation (PIF), which has a long history of acting as the conduit between the building sector and youth homelessness charities. By establishing relationships that facilitate the construction of welcoming homes for vulnerable young people in Australia, PIF helps some of the 44,000 youth who do not have a safe place to sleep each night. 

What PIF has learned over the years is how to quickly ascertain if a charity building project will be attractive to a corporate partner, which partners will get the job done, how to get the most out of corporate volunteering and how…
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