Wollondilly Mayor’s Giving Tree Christmas Appeal will help those doing it tough
Posted on: 07.11.2022
Mayor Matt Gould has established the Mayor’s Giving Tree Christmas Appeal to help support those doing it tough in Wollondilly, this Christmas and beyond.
The Mayor is encouraging residents to embrace the spirit of giving by donating unwrapped gifts for children between 0-12 years old or non-perishable food items at one of the designated delivery points.
“This has been a difficult year for many Wollondilly residents due to unprecedented storm events, personal tragedy, and financial stress,” he said.
“The spirit of Christmas is about kindness, family, generosity and sharing and as we know, the Wollondilly community does this so well.”
“We always look out for each other here is Wollondilly so as Christmas draws nearer, I’m asking residents to lend a hand to those in our community who need some support and extra help this year.”
“By donating a child’s gift or non-perishable food items, you can make a huge difference to children and families this Christmas.”
Donations can be made at the Council Administration Building in Picton, the Warragamba Silverdale Neighbourhood Centre, Community Links Wollondilly at Tahmoor, the Dilly Wanderer or the Mobile Library.
The appeal is unable to accept used, second-hand or wrapped gifts.