Smeg is supporting the Henley Homes and Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal by donating cooking appliances for the Henley Charity Auction Home.

This year marks the seventh year that Smeg has partnered with Henley Homes for the auction.

Henley’s Vogue 34, located at Sunbury in Victoria, is a Hamptons inspired fully furnished and landscaped four-bedroom family home with entertaining area, gourmet kitchen and home theatre, will go under the hammer on Good Friday.

As well as the support provided by Henley Homes and land contribution by Villawood, more than 150 tradespeople have donated labour and resources to build the Henley home at part of the Redstone Estate.  

Smeg Australia managing director, Wayne Campbell said, “As a third-generation family-owned business, we are honoured to support such a worthy appeal, providing our Classic stainless steel major appliances including microwave and dishwasher, for the heart and soul of the Henley Homes family home.”

Henley Homes general manager for procurement, estimating and drafting, Simon Gough added, “Smeg has been an invaluable partner to the GFA charity home for the last seven years and their commitment and generosity to this build is heart-warming. We sincerely thanks Smeg for their continued support and community spirit.”

The Henley Home will be auctioned on 15 April in Sunbury, Victoria with all proceeds going to the Royal Children’s Hospital.