Christmas gift donation at Kew Corner Store

Staffan Andler, Elouise Baker and Theo Hazelgrove.
Staffan Andler, Elouise Baker and Theo Hazelgrove.

Christmas can be a hard time for people who are lonely or those who suffer from financial difficulty.

Theo Hazelgrove from Camden Haven Community at 3 said receiving a small gift on December 25 can make all the difference for people. 

Over the past two years Camden Haven Community at 3 has helped numerous people connect and reconnect with society. 

The group has partnered with Kew Corner Store to help people who are disadvantaged in the Camden Haven community. 

People are invited to donate a new gift for a man, woman or child in the lead up to Christmas. There is also a container for people to donate money. 

Non perishable food items and gifts wrapped indicating the age and gender of the recipients are welcome. 

Gifts, money donations and food items can be placed under the tree at Kew Corner Store. 

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