Our culture is community

At Fugen Constructions, we believe in the importance of community, for both our people and on our projects. Our team live and breathe this every day through their continued fundraising efforts. Motivated by personal stories and life-changing experiences, each year we come together for annual events dedicated to raising funds that support causes which have directly impacted us and our loved ones.

$570K+ raised for Cole Classic

$30K+ bbq fundraisers

25+ years of regional rugby sponsorship

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It was an honour to once again have been a gold sponsor at the 21st Annual Giant Steps Golf Day held at the picturesque Bonnie Doon Golf Club in Pagewood. The day was a huge success, raising over $150,000 to support the work of Giant Steps Australia.

Established in 1995, Giant Steps’ aim is to bring the world’s best-practices in the education and support of children with autism to Australia.

We’re proud to support such a meaningful cause and look forward to continuing our partnership with Giant Steps in the future.

On Sunday 4th February, over 70 swimmers from the Fugen ‘Rack Pack’ took the plunge at the 2024 Cole Classic Ocean Swim, rallying together to raise over $77,000 for Breast Cancer Trials, a leading breast cancer research organisation dedicated to finding improved treatments.

It was an extraordinary effort by our team, with our total this year amounting to just over 40% of all the money raised in the Cole Classic Event.

Is there a more egg-cellent start to the day on Pink Ribbon Day?  Our team hosted a delicious breakfast fundraiser BBQ for the 2023 Pink Ribbon Day.

A cause close to our hearts, Pink Ribbon Day is only one of the many days where we come together as a team to raise vital funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation, which is invested in research in prevention, detection, treatment and of breast cancer.

Our 60-person strong, Fugen ‘Going for Gold’ 2023 Cole Classic team officially raised over $78,000 for the Open Support – Golden Bricks Campaign to help construct a new essential support accommodation facility for women and children in need.

We would like to thank all our family, friends and project partners for helping us not only reach our goal, but to eclipse it. This took us well past our goal of $500K in funds raised since first competing in 2010.

Fugen has hosted a 2022 Bayside Smokin’ BBQ on Friday 1st July. Resident chefs Cameron Morrall and Dave Holmes began prepping the wonderful food from 2am. The initial amount raised was $580, with the final total exceeding $1000 thanks to a further contribution by Fugen’s Directors. All proceeds went to the Bayside Women’s Shelter, located in South East Sydney, Bayside is a shelter responding to women and families in crisis, and working to educate the community about the prevention of domestic violence.

Fugen competed in the 40th annual Cole Classic ocean swim raising funds for Gotcha4Life Foundation. Gotcha4Life is Australia’s mental fitness charity taking action to engage, educate and empower to end suicide in Australia. Fugen ‘Gotcha4Life’ Swim Team took part in the 2022 event on Sunday 6th February and together, added another $50K plus to their total funds raised over the years. This bought our total funds raised to over $450K since first participating in the event. 

A cupcake tug-o-war between Fugen’s Managing Director, Stephen Flannery and Estimating Assistant, Vanessa Balassis took place as the Fugen team converged for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea – an initiative of Cancer Council Australia. Fugen Constructions were pleased to contribute to Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea with proceeds from the sale of each cupcake raising essential funds for people impacted by cancer.

Members of the Fugen Constructions team teed off this month at the Bonnie Doon Golf Club, Pagewood for a very good cause. The Giant Steps Annual Golf Day is an important event in Fugen’s Fundraising Calendar with funds from this event used to support and educate young adults with autism. Giant Steps Sydney was established to bring world’s best practice in the treatment and education of children with autism to Australia.