IF you would like to support Parkerville Children and Youth Care provide a better Christmas for children in need you can take part in a toy drive organised by a Midland business.
Paul Wilson and Heather Don from Storage King Midland would like donations of wooden blocks, shapes, kinetic sand, skate boards, arts & crafts, books and any presents for children and young people, which they will deliver in time for Christmas.
Presents need to be delivered to 31 Robinson Rd, Bellevue by the close of business on Wednesday, December 19.
Call 9274 6000 for more information.
Parkerville Children and Youth Care chief executive Basil Hanna thanked Storage King Midland for supporting the organisation’s work and for helping them make Christmas special for the children in their care.
Mr Hanna said Christmas was not always a time of joy and unfortunately not all children received gifts and happy memories.
For some children and young people, Christmas could be a time of sadness.
Through Parky Parcel, you can make a difference by donating funds which go to providing gifts for vulnerable children in Parkerville Children and Youth Care programs.
Visit www.parkerville.org.au for more details on how you can help this Christmas.