A Ray of light this fes­tive sea­son

Seymour Telegraph - - NEWS -

This Christ­mas, Ray White will con­tinue its pop­u­lar tra­di­tion of giv­ing with the re­turn of ‘A lit­tle Ray of giv­ing’.

The in­spir­ing Christ­mas cam­paign will see Ray White Sey­mour part­ner with St Vin­cent de Paul Sey­mour to help dis­ad­van­taged peo­ple who may need a lit­tle ex­tra light in their fes­tive sea­son.

The Ray White team are call­ing on the lo­cal com­mu­nity to em­brace the giv­ing sea­son and dig deep for chil­dren who need it most.

This is the third year that they have run ‘A lit­tle Ray of giv­ing’ and Ray White want 2018 to be their big­gest year yet.

When you see the Christ­mas tree go up at Ray White, they urge ev­ery­one who is able to bring a wrapped gift in for those fam­i­lies who are less for­tu­nate.

The gift drive is a way to help put a smile on the face of any­one who may need some ex­tra cheer at this time of year.

All you need to do is wrap up your present and drop it un­der the tree in our of­fice.

Those who wish to do­nate a gift just need to in­form the Ray White team if the gift is for a male or fe­male, and nom­i­nate an age group.

Ray White Sey­mour is lo­cated at 10 Wal­lis St. They have a spe­cial giv­ing tree in their front of­fice and will be col­lect­ing gifts from mid-Novem­ber.

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