Respecting and helping people is core in what we do day-to-day
Porter Davis’ point of difference has always come from fostering respectful relationships and going above and beyond to make a difference in people’s lives. At first this focus was on our customers, but after decades of operation our capacity to create positive impact has grown and as a result our mission to respect, protect and nurture people’s dreams has expanded to include people from all walks of life.
Kids Under Cover is a not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to preventing youth homelessness. KUC support at-risk youth between the ages of 12-25 by building relocatable, 1 and 2 bedroom studios with a bathroom, in the backyard of a family or carer’s home. The purpose of this space is to prevent overcrowding, particularly in foster homes, and relieve tension by providing young people with a safe and secure living environment.
Since 2013, Porter Davis has worked in partnership with KUC to provide support in the form of regular donations, fundraising activities and volunteer days in which our team help build the studios the kids will reside in. We’ve been eager participants in the Kids Under Cover Cubby House Challenge for the past 6 years, with the final designs auctioned off to provide further funding support to the Foundation. We are extremely proud of this partnership and commend KUC for the tireless work they do in respecting people’s individuality.
Back in 2018 the talented team at World of Style partnered with Kids Under Cover to design a special project called 'The Loft' for display at the Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show.Watch now
A figure that we are extremely proud of and cannot wait to watch grow.
With all funds going towards Kids Under Cover and their fight against youth homelessness.
Going toward providing food, shelter and empowering support for those affected by homelessness.
We proudly supported this year’s MS Dream Home Lottery. The MS Dream Home Lottery helps raise much needed fund to provide support and services to those living with multiple sclerosis. MS is the most common chronic neurological condition affecting young adults in Australia, and more than 2 million people suffer with the disease worldwide.
Founder, Anthony Roberts and director, Paul Wolff, participated once again in the Vinnies CEO Sleepout. The one-night event takes place over one of the coldest and longest nights of the year, where hundreds of business and Government leaders spend the night under a cardboard box and exposed to the conditions to experience firsthand the realities of homelessness. The money raised goes toward providing much-needed housing, food and support to vulnerable members of our community.
Together, Anthony and Paul raised over $15,000 and helped provide: