Baskets of Joy – for the City of Greater Shepparton 2020

Baskets of Joy – for the City of Greater Shepparton 2020

FamilyCare, Greater Shepparton City Council and the Greater Shepparton Foundation are pleased to launch a very different looking Baskets of Joy 2020. Like many other things this year, Baskets of Joy 2020 is going virtual. The aim however stays the same – the Christmas appeal benefits the children, young people, parents and carers assisted by FamilyCare and partner agencies through the year.


FamilyCare, Greater Shepparton City Council and the Greater Shepparton Foundation are pleased to launch a very different looking Baskets of Joy 2020.

Like many other things this year, Baskets of Joy 2020 is going virtual. The aim however stays the same – the Christmas appeal benefits the children, young people, parents and carers assisted by FamilyCare and partner agencies through the year.

In light of the current restrictions we are now living with, we have set up a way for people to make a monetary donation by purchasing ‘virtual’ basket items. The value of your purchases will be the value of your donation, which will then be used to purchase Baskets of Joy grocery gift cards for families in need. A safe way to donate, and a bit of fun!

How do I get involved?
There are two ways you can support Baskets of Joy this year:

1. Click here to go to our ‘virtual’ shopping list (payment via PayPal)

2. If you would prefer to make a straight donation to the appeal please click below (this may be an option if you take a collection around your workplace)

Donate

For more information please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions sheet here

For more information, contact Katie Huddleston on 5823 7079, Belinda Whitelaw on 5832 9790 or Cheryl Hammer on 0410 561 934.

Helping to provide families with a better and brighter Christmas.

Thank you for your support and stay safe.

 

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