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Creating new opportunities for economic participation. Presented by the Property Industry Foundation. Rosemary Smithson National CEO Property Industry Foundation. Property Industry Foundation – your industry; your charity taking young people

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creating new opportunities for economic participation

Creating new opportunities for economic participation

Presented by the Property Industry Foundation

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Rosemary Smithson

National CEO

Property Industry Foundation

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Property Industry Foundation – your industry; your charity taking young people

off our streets and getting them back into our society.

what is the property industry foundation
What is the Property Industry Foundation?
  • Industry initiative est1996
    • to identify a community problem needing assistance
    • chose youth homelessness
    • to raise funds across the industry to help charitable organisations helping youth
    • to promote to industry: your industry helping young people at risk
why establish
Why establish?
  • Industry was being approached by many different charities
  • a lot of publicity about kids living on the streets
  • timely to get the industry together to do their bit recognizing that government couldn’t resolve alone
steps to establishing
Steps to establishing
  • Wanted a collective approach to help one community problem – not a fragmented approach
  • one mandate only: “young people at risk; youth homelessness”
  • chose role: raise awareness; raise money
early results
Early Results
  • events to bring industry together
  • raised significant funds
  • chose charitable deliverying tangible outcomes
  • undertook some building projects –donations + building services
  • Industry proud + supporting community + helping young people
building on success
Building on success
  • PIF concept working; new challenges
  • build greater industry
  • create awareness of community problem
  • engage industry at different levels
  • raise more money
  • introduce more charity partners
  • distribute funds better
  • offer more than funds eginkind
more results
More results
  • More initiatives to bring together leaders, young professionals, women: to help community problem of youth homelessness
  • PAs/women giving winter woollens and toiletries for street kids
  • more volunteering; more building projects; more rigorous selection processes
greater tangible results
Greater, tangible results
  • duplicate success in other states
  • social return on investment with distribution of funds
  • Communicate to government
  • Deliver greater industry projects with greater tangibility
  • Consider creating employment opportunities in our industry
pif today
PIF today
  • PIF in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane
  • raising over $1.5m net per year, support 20 different charities
  • 3 key giving: youth counsellors, educational programs & buildings
  • strong industry engagement
  • SROI assessment
  • Applications SROI expectations
focus results driven economic improvement
Focus. Results driven. Economic improvement.
  • Focus: building homes to take homeless young people off streets into home environment – PIF House
  • In Redfern + Melbourne
  • Discussing 2 Parramatta City Council
  • Salvation Army work-ready program
  • PIF program incorporates Host Companies giving jobs
focus results driven economic improvement1
Focus. Results driven. Economic improvement.
  • 12 young people once homeless working in property industry; life changing; rewarding
  • Focus 1: PIF House Program
  • Focus 2: PIF’s Rebuild-a-Young employment Program
focus results driven economic improvement2
Focus. Results driven. Economic improvement.

Best Result.

Creating opportunities

for economic participation.

social procurement case study pif s rebuild a young life program
Social Procurement Case Study.PIF’s Rebuild-a-Young-Life Program.

PROPERTY INDUSTRY FOUNDTION

REBUILD A YOUNG LIFE PROGRAM

Finding jobs in our industry to take young people off our streets and back into society.

social procurement case study pif s rebuild a young life program1
Social Procurement Case Study.PIF’s Rebuild-a-Young-Life Program.

Pre-Employment Preparation

  • Complete a 6 week pathways course to become work ready
  • Participants are males and females aged 17 – 24 who are now relatively stable in their accommodation, legal matters, and drug and alcohol issues.
  • Potential Job Identification
  • Work experience
  • Candidate profile
social procurement case study pif s rebuild a young life program2
Social Procurement Case Study.PIF’s Rebuild-a-Young-Life Program.

Host Company Considerations

  • Long Term Employment
  • Company mentors
  • Charity partner role
  • Good workplace cultures
  • Strong HR support
social procurement case study pif s rebuild a young life program3
Social Procurement Case Study.PIF’s Rebuild-a-Young-Life Program.

Permanent Placement

  • The Type of roles
  • Mentor selection
  • Match company and candidate
  • Probation period
  • Manage expectations
  • Need stable accommodation
social procurement case study pif s rebuild a young life program4
Social Procurement Case Study.PIF’s Rebuild-a-Young-Life Program.

PIF House program

  • Transition Housing
  • Live in counselling
  • Stepping stone to permanent accommodation
  • Many successful placements