Kew Corner Store's Christmas Giving Tree helped community during the holidays

COMMUNITY: Steffan Andler, Mavis Barnes and Theo Hazelgrove at Kew Corner Store in the lead up to Christmas 2019. PHOTO: Laura Telford.
COMMUNITY: Steffan Andler, Mavis Barnes and Theo Hazelgrove at Kew Corner Store in the lead up to Christmas 2019. PHOTO: Laura Telford.

Another successful Christmas Giving Tree has ensured 51 local families had something to smile about on Christmas Day.

Kew Corner Store was inundated with presents, food and donations for needy people in the region thanks to the local Camden Haven community.

All the donations collected went to Community at 3 who distributed all the presents before December 25 said Theo Hazelgrove.

"We just want to say a huge thank you to everyone who visited the Kew Corner Store and left a donation," Mr Hazelgrove said.

"We were able to help 51 local families and 76 children who all had a present to open on Christmas Day.

"Everyone has been so generous and particularly in the lead up to Christmas when we were all worried about the bushfires but it is so wonderful that we could help so many people thanks to all the donations."