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A Little Ray of Giving 2014

By Paul Hodkinson

This December our offices in Aspley, Bridgeman Downs, Taigum and Warner are partnering again with Rotary for the community Christmas initiative, A Little Ray of Giving.

What is A Little Ray of Giving?

It’s a Christmas drive run throughout December each year whereby community members are encouraged to wrap and deliver gifts under a giving tree on display in our Ray White offices. The gifts are then collected and distributed by the partnering Rotary club to the chosen individuals and organisations.

The nature of the gift drive allows the community to boost the festive season to those who may not be fortunate enough to celebrate it this year. It’s all about heart and giving this year, and what could be better than knowing you are making a difference to people’s live’s at a time when it is most needed?
What do YOU need to do to take part in this wonderful initiative?

This December you can make a difference to less fortunate families in our community by delivering a Christmas gift to our giving trees in our Aspley, Bridgeman Downs, Taigum and Warner offices.

This is a fantastic initiative that our offices are proud to be apart of again this year.

Christmas is one of our favourite times of the year here in our office, we celebrate it with so much enthusiasm, joy and happiness – this is a feeling that we want to give families in our community who are less fortunate then us at this time of the year.

For any more information on this fantastic cause please contact Robert Green at robert.green@raywhite.com.

Start giving 1st December  – let’s give a little ray of sunshine to our families in need, and give them the joy and happiness that is Christmas.

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