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Haymes Helping Hand

Haymes Helping Hand

Haymes Paint Shop Launches The Helping Hand Project

Applications are open for Haymes Paint Shop’s Helping Hand Project, giving local businesses an opportunity to revamp their premises.

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With over 40 independently owned paint shops around Australia, the Haymes Paint Shop Network is a fixture in many local communities. After a year full of hardships and challenges
caused by COVID-19, the initiative provides the Haymes Paint Shop network an opportunity to give back to their local community in a meaningful way.

With applications currently open, three local community groups, charities or businesses in each store’s area will win a supply of Haymes Paint products to freshen up their local premises, including interior and exterior paints, surface coatings and timber finishes.

This includes one major prize winner, as voted by the community, who will also win volunteer tradesmen to give their premise a new look for a new year, and in some cases a new start.

Overall, 129 community groups, charities or businesses across Australia will have the opportunity to enliven their premises after a difficult year.

As the only major Australian made and owned paint manufacturer Haymes Paint is committed to having a positive and lasting impact on local communities through the Helping Hand project.

“In a difficult year, we’ve been heartened by how the local community has come together,” says David McCormack, IPSA – Haymes Paint Shop General Manager.

“As a family business, we know the challenges that small businesses have faced, and this is our way of saying thank you to our communities for their support.”

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