USG Boral duo seek new challenges with Rock the House project
Collectively, the group of 12 raised more than $50,000, which goes to the earthquake prone village of Selopamioro for construction work to be completed.
The volunteers were supported by local tradespeople and the family who will be living in the house upon completion.
Shikha Shivangni, who is based in the finance department at USG Boral’s Sydney office, has experience as a volunteer locally, however the experience in Indonesia was her biggest yet.
“There’s no ‘best part’ to the Rock the House trip. It’s everything. Complete strangers working together, learning new tasks and really testing their limits.”
This was the third year Boral has offered the program to staff, and it is an opportunity that’s open to everyone in Boral and USG Boral.