No place for rubbish
What a wonderful thing Ollie Robinson, aged 10, did – gathering toys for the children who may not have been getting a present this Christmas and passing them on to the Salvation Army for distribution. We could help in other ways. Some people think the Salvation Army shops are a cheap way to leave rubbish and junk at the doors, mostly over weekends.
At the moment the Salvation Army is paying $600,000 a year in tip fees from its 125 stores nationwide.
This money could be used to make a difference and enable them to help the community they serve with so many things, providing services to those in need. Let’s start the new year by putting rubbish where it belongs and not have people sorting this filth by hand.
Would you like it dumped back outside your front door?