Wish­ing for your help

Kyabram Free Press - - NEWS - By David Rak

THE WISH­ING Tree has re­turned to Kyabram right in time for res­i­dents to dig deep and do­nate to some needy chil­dren for Christ­mas.

Sheri­dan Part­ners, Dawes and Vary Rior­dan and Water­pool Co-Op in con­junc­tion with Unit­ing Care and KCLC are once again sup­port­ing the Tar­get Wish­ing tree.

With trees placed at the Sheri­dan Part­ners main of­fice on Fe­naughty St and Tar­get Coun­try on Al­lan St, peo­ple are en­cour­aged to think of the less for­tu­nate this hol­i­day sea­son and to do­nate un­wrapped gifts. Do­na­tions of non-per­ish­able food or vouch­ers are also wel­come.

Sheri­dan Part­ners have again raised money from the sale of choco­lates and along with Dawes and Vary Rior­dan and Water­pool Co-Op have also made cash do­na­tions to pur­chase gifts and vouch­ers.

Gifts and Food Ham­pers will be col­lected by Unit­ing Care and dis­trib­uted by KCLC, spread­ing some love and Christ­mas cheer to the many peo­ple who are less for­tu­nate.

Unit­ing Care rep­re­sen­ta­tive Judy Stone said Kyabram has al­ways been gen­er­ous for the an­nual ap­peal and hopes that this year will be no dif­fer­ent.

Un­wrapped gifts should be de­liv­ered to ei­ther Sheri­dan Part­ners or Tar­get dur­ing nor­mal op­er­at­ing hours.

Sheri­dan Part­ners Ch­eryl Noble, Shan­non Ryan and Julie Braek and Unit­ingCare's Judy Stone are ask­ing for help to bring Christ­mas to needy kids.

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