Building Lady Tradies Donates Cubby House to Ronald McDonald House Charities

Building Lady Tradies 2.0, a program run by Central Coast Group Training and Construction Trade Qualifications, is proud to announce the donation of a cubby house built by the participants to the Ronald McDonald House Charity Northern NSW’s, Raise Love Ball. The program, which provides women with hands-on skills and knowledge to kick-start their careers in the construction industry, will be donating the cubby house to be auctioned off at the annual ball to raise money for the organization.

The Building Lady Tradies program is a fee-free initiative that empowers women to pursue careers in the traditionally male-dominated construction industry. The program provides participants with the tools, training, and support they need to succeed in the field. During this program, the participants will be building a cubby house, which will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House Charity Northern NSW.

“We are thrilled to be able to contribute to such an important cause,” said Alison Cook, General Manager of Central Coast Group Training. “The work that the Ronald McDonald House Charity does is truly inspiring, and we are proud to be able to support them in their mission.”

“It is a great privilege for our program participants to construct this cubby house, as it not only enhances their skills and teamwork but also provides an opportunity to contribute to the community. The proceeds from the auction will assist families in need within the area, making this project even more meaningful.”

The cubby house, which features a stunning design and high-quality materials, will be auctioned off at the Raise Love Charity Ball, with all proceeds going towards supporting the organization’s Northern NSW programs, including the Ronald McDonald House at Tamworth and Newcastle, three Ronald McDonald Family Rooms, the Ronald McDonald Family Retreat and the Ronald McDonald Learning Program.

“We are grateful for the generous donation from Building Lady Tradies,” said Ross Bingham, CEO of Ronald McDonald House Charities. “We rely on the generosity of our community and their support will help us continue to provide a home away from home for families with seriously ill children.”

The Raise Love Ball will take place on July 15th, and the auction for the cubby house will be one of the highlights of the evening.

For more information about the Building Lady Tradies 2.0 program,  and the work empowering women in the construction industry, visit or contact Central Coast Group Training on 02 4353 2655.

This program is funded by Trade Pathways Program – Training Services NSW