Boutique Homes helping disadvantaged siblings stay together

Vulnerable children in Cranbourne and surrounding areas will soon have access to a new home thanks to Boutique Homes and children's charity OzChild.

The new house is a modified version of one of Boutique Homes' best selling models and will allow siblings in foster care to remain together, rather than being seperated as they may have been in the past. 

Managing Director of ABN Group Victoria, Aidan Hooper said ABN Group is proud to partner with OzChild to provide this meaningful service.

"We recognise the importance of siblings remaining together and supporting OzChild in this way will help brothers and sisters stay safe, and stay together" he said.

"We have encouraged our staff to be part of this initiative, with the team holding fundraising activities to help raise funds towards this important project.

"We have also had generous contributions and support from our valued supplier partners and trades, who we look forward to working with to deliver a quality new home for our friends at OzChild."

OzChild CEO Lisa Griffiths said the importance of siblings staying together can not be overstated.

"It's a wonderful commitment by Boutique Homes to make this temporary home as beautiful as a display home, it will really give children and young people in our care hope, dignity and the chance to shine" she said.

The house is ready to being construction and is expected to be completed by October.