Love and Hope Redlands to benefit from event at Hogan's Hotel, Wellington Point

COMMUNITY SPIRIT: Capalaba sisters Jo Verhoeve and Adriana Kuhn with dog Fuzzy and goods they made or collected. Photo: Hannah Baker

COMMUNITY SPIRIT: Capalaba sisters Jo Verhoeve and Adriana Kuhn with dog Fuzzy and goods they made or collected. Photo: Hannah Baker

THE charity Love and Hope Redlands will benefit from an event at Hogan's Hotel, Wellington Point on Sunday.

The organisation helps people in need in the Redlands providing children with things like back to school packs, school bags and lunches, as well as clothing, food hampers, home-cooked meals and toiletries to individuals and families.

Beneficiaries include single parents, people with chronic illness or struggling with mental health, men and women victims of domestic violence and people who are homeless.

Sisters Jo Verhoeve and Adriana Kuhn started Love and Hope Redlands in November 2017, collecting and making items, mainly to help children.

There will be raffles and auctions with prizes like a tinnie with motor, Vuly trampoline and sporting memorabilia.

The Tullamore Tree will provide entertainment as part of their 25th anniversary tour. The event starts at 2pm and entry is free.

Email branaganp@gmail.com or call 0450 521 881.

For information on Hope and Love Redlands visit loveandhoperedlands.com.au.

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