Redlands branch of Cancer Council Queensland holds Christmas stalls

CHRISTMAS SALES: Volunteers from the Redlands branch of Cancer Council Queensland Diane Bahr, Heather Schroeder, Dell Boyd and Del Roeton. Photo: Cheryl Goodenough

CHRISTMAS SALES: Volunteers from the Redlands branch of Cancer Council Queensland Diane Bahr, Heather Schroeder, Dell Boyd and Del Roeton. Photo: Cheryl Goodenough

IF YOU are looking for handmade Christmas gifts, look out for the volunteers from the Redlands branch of Cancer Council Queensland.

The volunteer committee is holding stalls around the Redlands selling baby-wear, tea towels, soft toys, Christmas cupcakes and relishes.

The volunteers will set up at Heritage Village East in Freeth Street West, Ormiston on Saturday, December 3 from 7am until 12.30pm.

Everything available at the stalls is donated with the money from sales going to Cancer Council Queensland as part of the committee’s fundraising efforts.

Last year the Redlands branch was the highest earning fundraising committee for the organisation across the state.

They raised $92,556 to take out the challenge.

Heather Schroeder, a volunteer for 30 years, said the committee appreciated the donations and the support from people who buy the goods.

She said ongoing donations of handmade items would enable the committee to hold regular stalls in the lead up to Christmas.

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