Donate for Christmas at Fairfield City Libraries
Published Tuesday, 26th November 2019
Christmas is a time of giving and residents can help make a difference this Christmas by donating to the Christmas Giving Trees at any of Fairfield City Open Libraries branches.
Fairfield City Council will donate the gifts to both the Fairfield Uniting Church’s Trolley Drive and the Parents Café who will distribute to families in need.
Residents can leave messages of support and Christmas cards and donate new toys, canned food items, clothing or other gifts as donations.
Fairfield City Mayor Frank Carbone said the Christmas Giving Trees will give those less fortunate than us a memorable and meaningful Christmas.
“By participating in the Christmas Giving Trees you are contributing to making Christmas a special time for people in our community who are in need.
“I encourage everyone to donate and play their part to make a real difference to another family’s Christmas celebrations.”
The Christmas Giving Trees are available for donations at Bonnyrigg, Fairfield, Smithfield, Wetherill Park and Whitlam Libraries from 25 November to 20 December.