The historic association between DCWC and WEHI is one that has been incredibly productive. DCWC was involved in the Institute’s initial development in 1981 and its subsequent redevelopment in 2012. Our team provided quantity surveying services for their crèche facility, completed in 2017.
DCWC first committed to a WEHI endowment of $30,000 a year for three years; however, from 2016, this was increased to a further $100,000 provided to WEHI over the course of the next three years.
In 2020, DCWC renewed its pledge to commit $100,000 to WEHI over the next three years. Our commitment will go on to support the Institute’s pancreatic cancer research, which utilises cutting-edge organoids technology.
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