Katherine Women's Crisis Centre this week partnered with about 35 volunteers from contractor Lendlease as part of a local community project.
Katherine Women's Crisis Centre is one of more than 100 national causes selected as part of Lendlease Foundation's Annual Community Day initiative.
The volunteers helped with painting, gardening, installing new blinds and curtains, new water bubbler, shelving and supplying five brand new washing machines.
Last year Lendlease lent a hand with the Katherine Dooryways Hub.
Lendlease has been overseeing the ongoing upgrades at the Tindal RAAF Base.
Now in its 24th year, Community Day allows Lendlease employees to work alongside their colleagues, community partners and families, providing the chance to give back to the communities they live, work and play in.
Reinforcing Lendlease's strong partnerships with the communities they operate in, projects are selected by employees in areas or with organisations where Lendlease has a current or future presence.
Lendlease Group Head of Sustainability and Lendlease Foundation Cate Harris said: "Community Day offers our people the chance to choose where they want to have a meaningful and positive impact, volunteering their time and skills to make a difference. Last year more than 4000 Lendlease employees globally joined community volunteers, supporting over 240 Community Day projects.
"Since 1996, we have supported activities ranging from working with schools to upgrade facilities, to cleaning and landscaping public spaces and refurbishing community facilities."
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