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Wright Place has an ethos that revolves not just about servicing the community, but also one of giving back. We live in an amazing part of the world and enjoy a standard of living far superior to many of our global neighbours; so how can we make an impact to help create a sustainable future for all?

In part, by actively contributing. Wright Place has joined the altruistic B1G1 movement – Business for Good. Referred by our accountants, Inspire CA, Wright Place is now one of more than 2,100 hundred businesses from across the globe to give something back with each designated business transaction.

Businesses from countries such as South Africa, Japan, Singapore, United States of America, New Zealand Canada, Lithuania, to name a few, have been getting on board with this growing movement to ‘give something back’ to those less fortunate, in an organised and carefully selected manner. Donors can select from 800 projects set by global leaders where contributions can make a direct, quantifiable difference. Examples include: mosquito net distribution to combat malaria, providing livestock to poor rural communities, personal hygiene products to disadvantaged young women, giving access to clean water to families in Ethiopia, tree planting and much more.

The brain-child of a group of small business owners back in 2007, B1G1 has already made a difference to thousands of communities and individuals world-wide. B1G1 is a social enterprise and non-profit organisation with a mission to create a world full of giving.

  • “I love the Coolum area; I also live and invest here, and I am passionate about the unrivalled lifestyle it offers, everything is here to live a fulfilled, healthy life where you can relax as much as you desire or be as active as you want, with the knowledge that you are living in paradise. I firmly believe that, it doesn’t get better than this!”

    Karine Wright, Mount Coolum
  • “Karine's knowledge of the Mount Coolum area, sales campaign ideas, professionalism and communication skills lead to a great result, with a sale under the hammer at auction! I couldn't be happier, and would recommend her to anyone about to go on the market!”

    Simon Barrett, Sunshine Coast
  • “I put all my faith into Karine and she delivered.. would highly recommend Karine to everyone.”

    Darcy Higgins, Mt. Coolum
  • “We were very pleased with the sale of our house with Karine as our agent. We found that she approached all aspects of the sale with an extremely professional approach. We would be only too happy to recommend Karine to anyone wishing to buy or sell.”

    Garry Forno, Sunshine Coast
  • “Karine understood our needs and used her market knowledge to show us several properties that matched our specifications very well. We were able to settle on a property with Karine’s efficient, friendly assistance. We would be happy to work with Karine again in the future.”

    Edward Coppo, Mount Coolum
  • “Karine went out of her way to ensure that we were able to view the property and she promptly investigated any queries we had about the property. She was efficient and ensured the sale was negotiated to the satisfaction of all parties.”

    Irene Harpham, Mount Coolum
  • “Karine was very helpful and managed our enquiries with understanding that we were interstate. Throughout the whole process we felt there was clear communication about what we needed to do and when. I'd happily recommend Karine.”

    Jane Tilley, Mount Coolum
  • “Karine was professional from the very start of the sale process. Even before the property was listed she had potential purchasers from her data base inspecting our property. Highly recommended. Well done Karine.”

    Marcel Knesl, Mount Coolum
  • “Karine took in all the factors involved with sale of my property and the urgency to have this completed in time with an acceptable result. She went over and above respectfully to make the process easier for me as I was undergoing cancer treatment, I am very grateful for this and would recommend her without a doubt to anyone looking for exemplary agent.”

    Julie-Anne Trounce, Mount Coolum