Make a Tonne of Difference this Christmas - Trees of Hope - Salt 106.5

Make a Tonne of Difference this Christmas – Trees of Hope

You can make a 'tonne' of difference this Christmas, through The Shack Nambour – providing much needed, non-perishable food items this Christmas.

Listen: Dale Dowler from Trees of Hope chats on Mornings with Fee about how you can help a family this Christmas

By Natalie BennettThursday 2 Dec 2021Mornings with FeeChristmasReading Time: 1 minute

You can make a tonne of difference to homeless people and vulnerable couples and families this Christmas, simply pack a bag or box with Trees of Hope. 

“Last year we delivered 6000 kilograms of food, so this year we would love to do even more,” shared The Shack’s Imogene Dowler, at a recent press event. “It’d just be incredible. And we’d like to give to as many people as we can, we’re going all the way from Caloundra to Gympie, which is awesome.”

“We love being able to be a part of the community, bringing a little bit of hope and joy. And we know people really need it this year, especially with what’s been going on in the world.”

Trees of Hope have two hamper size options; you can choose to pack for a single person or a family.

Drop-off locations

Trees are up and bags and boxes are ready to collect from…

  • Heritage Banks Sunshine Coast including Nambour, Maroochydore, Palmwoods, Caloundra, Kawana, Gympie, Buderim and Noosa
  • Sunshine Mitre 10: Gympie, Cooroy, Nambour and Kunda Park.
  • Snap Fitness Nambour
  • Suncoast Community Legal Services

The Shack are grateful and love connecting with these incredible men and woman, who are ready to make a TONNE of difference this Christmas.

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Pictured: Imogene, Dale and Donna Dowler from the Shack Community Centre in Nambour recently launched their Trees of Hope Christmas Hamper Appeal