The House The Coast Built 2019


In 2019 we're building more than bricks & mortar - we're building a legacy that will help thousands of people from remote and rural locations across Queensland as well as Coast locals.

With your help, families and carers will have access to local affordable family accommodation while their loved ones undergo treatment, surgery or emergency stays at the Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH).

Together we can build a home away from home for patients and their families on the Sunshine Coast.
 

How can I get involved?


We are calling on everyone from the building & construction industry through to suppliers of furnishings, lighting or home appliances to get involved.

Help us build a legacy on the Sunshine Coast. Join us for a BBQ and drinks on-site to find out more about this project.

WHEN:
Friday 26 October, from 3 - 6pm
WHERE: 11 Affinity Place, Birtinya

Please click here to RSVP.


We will also have many more opportunities for the Sunshine Coast community to get involved. Watch this space for more details! Or, click here to sign up to our newsletter to stay in the loop.
 

Follow the Journey


         Throughout 2018 the local community have shown their ongoing support for this exciting project during the 92.7 Mix FM's Give Me 5 For Kids campaign, the Wishlist Spring Carnival and the upcoming Sunshine Toyota Exclusive 300 Club Melbourne Cup Luncheon.
  We've secured land within walking distance of the Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH).
  NEXT: We're calling out for expressions of interest to help us make this house a home in 2019.

 

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Previous Years

With the help of the Sunshine Coast community we have successfully built and sold three incredible houses in previous years. The funds raised from these projects allowed us to build the Cancer Centre at Nambour Hospital and fund other vital health initiatives.

In 2003 the award winning The House the Coast Built rallied the Coast community like never before, raising almost $400,000 for Wishlist and enabling them to start work on the long awaited Sunshine Coast Cancer Centre at Nambour Hospital.

Then in 2012, Ausmar Group built Wishlist House raising much needed funds to grow a better local service for Coast families needing eye surgery.

In 2015, the third The House the Coast Built was constructed over a 16 week period with the help of over 60 local contractors donating their time, skills and resources. This project raised more than $300,000 for paediatric needs right here on the Coast, including the Fabio The Frog project.