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Salvation Army Hall Project

18 July 2022

Here at MONARCH, we endeavor to help out the wider community and get involved in restoration projects where we can lend our paint expertise. Recently we partnered with the Salvation Army to restore their community hall located in Frankston North, Australia.

Salvation Army Hall Project

The Frankston North Salvation Army Hall serves as an outreach center to help disadvantaged youth in the wider Frankston Community. The Salvation Army further supports the Frankston community with 24-hour crisis and support services.

With the help of the team at Bunnings and Taubman’s, we set off to restore this community hall to its former glory. We started the day with a MONARCH training session that included the basics of how to cut in, roll and layoff correctly, to ensure we achieved a professional finish.

Salvation Army Hall Project image

No one was without a paint brush or roller in hand, the whole team brought this restoration project home. All companies came together for a greater purpose, working as a team to get the job done!

We’d like to give a huge thanks to Taubman’s for supplying all the paint and both Taubman’s and Bunnings for contributing team members on the day to help paint.

For all involved it was a very productive day, we are overjoyed with the result for the Salvation Army and the wider Frankston community.

If you want to get involved you can visit https://www.salvationarmy.org.au/get-involved/