The greatest gift to give

Can you dig deep this Christmas? There are numerous organisations that could use your help.

OUR YOUTH

Chameleon House’s Christmas Appeal supports kids and families in shelters over the Christmas period, from ages 0–25.

How can you help? Pick up something extra during your Christmas shopping and donate this to Chameleon House.

To find out more details or for the address of the drop-off point in Kippa-Ring, contact 3285 5805.

Did you know during 2017/2018, Chameleon House provided 5,500 bed-nights to people in need. Please help them continue the amazing work they do and dig deep. You are sure to make a young person’s Christmas morning that little bit brighter.

OUR FAMILIES

The Breakfast Club Redcliffe Inc not only puts together Christmas hampers during the Christmas period, but also helps families get their kids back to school school-ready in the New Year with school packs.

How can you help? Make a donation to a Christmas hamper this year (food or gifts welcomed) OR provide items to help children get back to school including backpacks, books, pens, lunchboxes or anything else you can think of.

Did you know The Breakfast Club Redcliffe Inc gave out over 200 hampers last year and believe this year that demand will be significantly higher. Please support them support families in our community.

Head to facebook.com/thebreakfastclubredcliffe to find out details on the drop off location and what they are most in need of.

OUR FUR FRIENDS

Become a guardian angel and bring hope to animals in need this Christmas through the RSPCA Guardian Angel Appeal.

How you can help? Head to www.rspcaguardianangel.com.au and make a donation, either on your behalf or as a gift to someone you love (they will be sent an e-gift card explaining they are now a guardian angel for an animal). Your donation will help care for a homeless animal in a shelter over Christmas while they wait for their forever family.

Did you know the RSPCA cares for over 120,000 animals in an average year, with 10,000 of these animals calling the RSPCA home at Christmas.