Decorate Your Door Red

9th June 2020

People across Australia posted a pic of their decorated red door for their chance to win one of three prizes, with Mirvac donating to the Salvation Army. Discover the winners.

Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal 


And the winners are...

We are excited to announce the winners of our #decorateyourdoorred initiative. Drum roll please….
Firstly, our people choice award goes to @thebeigelarder, who swiftly and beautifully decorated her door with last Christmas’ decorations to show her support. Congratulations on winning the Coco Republic Brussels Occasional Chair.
Our second winner, the winner of the award for the most fun door is Leila Birch, who got the kids involved in on the excitement, and as part of her display. We love the red plaid shirts and we are sure you will get  a lot of use out of the Miele washing machine and tumble dryer laundry package. 
And lastly, for the most stylish door, the winner is @mich_thew, who created a gorgeous floral display with an uplifting message, creatively using only leftover red napkins!! Well done on receiving a $4,000 Peter's of Kensington gift voucher.
Thank you to our #decorateyourdoorred ambassadors and the many Australians who visually took part or donated to the Red Shield appeal. Special thanks to Coco Republic, Miele and Peter's of Kensington, for your generous prizes. Your support is greatly appreciated!


How else you can help

Financial hardship, isolation and domestic violence cases are all increasing at alarming levels as a result of COVID-19. That's why this year's Red Shield Appeal is so vital.

You can contribute by signing up for the digital doorknock and start knocking on your friends' and family's 'Digital Doors'. Mirvac have set up a page and you can also create your own personal or community page under the Mirvac page or just donate under Mirvac.

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Mirvac acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters of Australia, and we offer our respect to their Elders past and present.  

Artwork: ‘Reimagining Country’, created by Riki Salam (Mualgal, Kaurareg, Kuku Yalanji) of We are 27 Creative.