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Little Ray Of Giving

By Rachel Wallace

Ray White’s annual charity drive,  A Little Ray of Giving, is returning this festive season.

Every year, this initiative sees hundreds of businesses from Australasia’s largest real estate group collaborate with their local communities to raise donations for various charities and not-for-profit organisations.

This year, Ray White Frankston is partnering with Anglicare Victoria once again to help individuals and families who may need some extra support and care during an extremely busy, and often stressful, time of year.

Last year saw an incredible 271 gifts get donated to Anglicare Victoria.

We will be taking toy donations to make sure every child gets to smile this Christmas. The donations can be dropped off under the office’s giving tree, and will then be securely stored on the premises before they are collected by Anglicare for distribution. Ray White Frankston is located at 36 Playne Street, Frankston and we will be gathering donations from Friday 18th November, until Friday 16th December.
Our amazing schools in the local area have also kindly become ‘Drop-Off’ points.
You can also leave your toy donation at any of the below Primary Schools:
  • Ballam Park
  • Baxter
  • Frankston East
  • Frankston Heights
  • Kingsley Park
  • Overport

“The past few years have been a really difficult time for a lot of families in Victoria. The holiday period can be a pretty emotionally charged time, so it’s important to us to make an effort to help out people who might be struggling after facing serious challenges and setbacks. We’re very lucky that Anglicare Victoria is partnering with us again this year,” Ash Weston, Ray White Frankston, Director.

Contact: Rachel Wallace, Head of Marketing and Community, Ray White Frankston. 0431 059 489

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