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Shining a Ray of light this festive season

By Chloe Young

Ray White Whyalla & Port Augusta are teaming up with the local Salvation Army, collecting gifts for children this festive season.

We are calling on the local community to embrace the giving season and dig deep for children who need it most. Simply bring a gift into our office and help put a smile on the face of a child. The Salvation Army will distribute the gifts to less fortunate children in our community this Christmas.

We will have a donation box in our office from the 1st November through to the 21st December.

If you are looking to donate a gift to the Salvation Army Christmas appeal, simply drop off your gift into our office: 71 Commercial Road, Port Augusta SA 5700 by the 21st December 2017.

The Salvation Army have requested that toys are age appropriate and that there are no gifts that resemble weapons. Each year they do receive an overwhelming amount of plush toys and have asked that this year to donate an alternate toy or gift for the children.

The Salvation Army also request that the gifts are donated unwrapped as they do have to check the presents before distributing them to the kids.

We thank you all for your donations in advance and we can’t wait to see the local community come together for this great cause!

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