“The more you give, the more you get” this statement underpins everything we do at Mullane and we count ourselves particularly fortunate that we are able to give more than most. The Mullane Foundation was set up to formalise our giving to the community and to inspire us to contribute to those less fortunate in a structured, effective way. Every year part of our profits goes directly back into communities that need it most.
The founding principle of our foundation is that we truly believe in our good fortune to have built a business around the provision of clean water, sanitary drainage, shelter (roofing) and electricity.
We also truly believe that we are incredibly fortunate to live in a society that largely takes these precious commodities for granted.
We are determined to give back to communities that never take these things for granted. Our mission is to provide hands on support to locals in communities without basic infrastructure to build and maintain facilities that provide clean water, effective sewage disposal, roofing or electricity.
We do this by funding projects in which our people are happy to donate their labour so that the giving of all parties is amplified for the benefit of the recipient and the participants.
If there is any project in your local community you think we can help you with, please contact us. We love helping our friends in need.
Abkasa Villiage of Bacolod City – Philippines
In May 2018 The Mullane Foundation partnered with the Matab ang Livelihood Project Association Inc (Malipai), RTC Commerical and Litchfield Roofing to help rebuild 8 family homes in the Abkasa Village of Bacolod City, Philippines.
It was a fantastic experience to for all involved, the Mullane crew was overwhelmed with the hospitality and resilience of the Filipino people – 8 families welcomed us into their homes and shared their stories with us and in return we helped to repair their homes so they had somewhere warm and dry to sleep at night.
In the process of building we were also able to share our knowledge with a few locals each day and by the end of the week they had picked up a lot of new skills – even some new tools! (Thank you to the Mullane boys who donated their personal tools back to the community). The comradery built with the locals was fun to watch and it was heartwarming that they were so keen to learn new skills and grateful at the opportunity to keep the tools they had been using, so they could take what they had learnt and apply it back to their own homes and possibly even earn additional income for their families by becoming local builders.
It was an experience we will never forget and we can’t wait until we are able to return and see how the families are progressing. – As well as help out a lot of new families!