What does The Block’s Danny Wallis do with all the houses he buys?

Danny Wallis spends big on The Block every year.

But the Melbourne-based IT entrepreneur is a philanthropist who gives away many of the houses he buys to childhood cancer charities.

Wallis has donated several houses to My Room Children’s Cancer Charity and the Ronald McDonald House for use by terminally ill children and their families.

Danny Wallis (pictured) spends big at The Block every year. But the Melbourne-based IT entrepreneur is a philanthropist who gives away many of the houses he buys to childhood cancer charities.

This year, he also plans to keep one of the houses.

“This year, I’ll keep one to grow vegetables and fruit trees in the backyard, and a little vacation…and one house will be a resort for the kids,” Danny said. 3AW on Monday.

“I like House 5 better, but it’s probably the best for the kids, it has a basketball court and a tennis court.”

Wallis has donated several houses to My Room Children's Cancer Charity and the Ronald McDonald House for use by terminally ill children and their families.  Pictured with Scott Cam

Wallis has donated several houses to My Room Children’s Cancer Charity and the Ronald McDonald House for use by terminally ill children and their families. Pictured with Scott Cam

This season, he bought Oz and Omar’s House 5 for $5.66 million, as well as Tom and Sarah-Jane’s house for over $4.1 million.

He also bought Rachel and Ryan’s house for over $4.2 million, bringing the total for all three houses to around $14 million.

Last season, he bought the winning house from Mitch and Mark’s Block for $3.93 million and donated it to My Room Children’s Cancer Charity.

This season, he purchased House 5 from Oz and Omar for $5.66 million (pictured).  He plans to keep one of the houses for himself.

This season, he purchased House 5 from Oz and Omar for $5.66 million (pictured). He plans to keep one of the houses for himself.

“I like House 5 better, but it’s probably the best for the kids, it has the basketball court and the tennis court,” he said.

he also bought Tanya and Vito’s house, and Kirsty and Jesse’s, totaling $12.2 million.

Also, Danny lent Tanya and Vito’s house, for which he paid $3.8 million, to the Ronald McDonald House before it was resold.

He did the same thing with one of the properties he bought during the 2016 season.

My Room CEO Margaret Zita expressed her immense gratitude to the eccentric millionaire in 2021.

Last season, he bought the winning Mitch and Mark's Block house (pictured) for $3.93 million and it was also donated to My Room Children's Cancer Charity.

Last season, he bought the winning Mitch and Mark’s Block house (pictured) for $3.93 million and it was also donated to My Room Children’s Cancer Charity.

“Danny’s gift to My Room means we can continue to support families during their darkest days,” he said. The block store.

‘When I got the call it was very emotional and humbling as we have seen the impact the Brighton Block house has had on families.

“When you have a child with cancer, every moment counts and that is exactly what Danny Wallis’ generous gift to My Room is creating.”

Also, Danny lent Tanya and Vito's house (pictured), for which he paid $3.8 million, to the Ronald McDonald House before it was resold.

Also, Danny lent Tanya and Vito’s house (pictured), for which he paid $3.8 million, to the Ronald McDonald House before it was resold.

During the 2020 series, Danny also spent big, buying three apartments for just under $12 million.

That year, Daniel and Jade’s estate, for which he paid $3.8 million, was given to My Room Children’s Cancer Charity.

“My Room Children’s Cancer Charity does so many wonderful things for sick children and their families, and they will benefit greatly from having access to Daniel and Jade’s amazing home,” said Wallis. Nine.

“My Room Children’s Cancer Charity does so many wonderful things for sick children and their families, and they will benefit greatly from having access to Daniel and Jade’s amazing home,” Wallis told Nine.

“It’s very special to me because I know that Daniel and Jade have been through a lot with their daughter Isla over the years. [who has a rare chromosome disorder]inside and outside the hospital, and they will understand how important the house will be to My Room and all the amazing work they do for sick children and their families.’

Dubbed the show’s “eccentric buyer,” Danny doesn’t plan on spending tens of millions on property.

The eccentric wealthy advertiser has a reported net worth of over $120 million, making him a lot of money when it comes to buying property.

Wallis sold his IT service management company DWS in September 2020 to an Indian tech giant for $126 million.

The eccentric rich lister has a reported net worth of over $120 million, giving him plenty of change when it comes to buying property.

The eccentric rich lister has a reported net worth of over $120 million, giving him plenty of change when it comes to buying property.

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