Noosa Tour Centre Christmas toy drive

Christmas - A time For-Giving! We, at Noosa Tour Centre, are hosting a TOY DRIVE this Christmas to help families in need.
It can be a difficult time of year for a lot of people but as a community we can unite together to provide HOPE!

Your generosity is greatly appreciated in helping us with this cause, if you can spare any new toys, clothing or non-perishable food items please kindly drop them down to us no later than Sunday 23rd December so can distribute to families in time.

• Please do not wrap gifts. This allows parents/guardians the special experience of choosing gifts for their child's unique personalities and interests. Feel free to include some wrapping paper or a gift bag for them to use.

• Please only donate new items. Sadly, the gift you donate may be the only present someone receives this Christmas.

We know Christmas isn't only about receiving gifts, but this is one way we can help families feel special. Your nearest family store or Salvos Store would gladly receive your good quality pre-loved gifts.

• We accept gift vouchers! Gift vouchers mean a parent/guardian who is struggling doesn't miss out on the joy of purchasing a gift for their child. Gift vouchers are also an ideal gift for teenagers.

We are also happy to announce that our lovely and generous sponsors have partnered with us to giveaway prizes for donations!

GINGER FACTORY - waiting to hear back but hopefully it will be a family pass
BLAST AQUA PARK - 20 free tickets ($20 each ticket value)
NOOSA THRILLER - 1 x free adult ride ($70 value)

We value our beautiful Sunshine Coast and our generous community for our people's compassion, support and understanding. For any questions or donations please make contact with us directly.

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