Redland City Bulletin appeals for Christmas gift donations

THE Redland City Bulletin is calling on the community to donate gifts to struggling Redlands families this Christmas.

CHRISTMAS DRIVE: ACM staff Alicia Imison, David Wallace and Kim Sabatini with the Redland City Bulletin Christmas tree. Photo: Jordan Crick

CHRISTMAS DRIVE: ACM staff Alicia Imison, David Wallace and Kim Sabatini with the Redland City Bulletin Christmas tree. Photo: Jordan Crick

Generous individuals, businesses and groups can help by placing presents underneath Redland City Bulletin's tree at 38-44 Enterprise Street by Friday, December 6.

The presents will be given to Redland Community Centre, who will help more than 750 needy children this Christmas.

They are looking for people to donate things like non-perishable food items and gifts for children and teenagers.

Redland Community Centre chief executive Allison Wicks said they welcomed all donations but were on the lookout this year for gifts that would suit teenage boys.

She said things like sports sets, headphones, Lego and water guns could make good presents.

Redland Community Centre are running two Christmas projects this year, including a toy shop for the working poor.

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