‘Tap and Go’ available at Hawaiian Giving Boxes for Foodbank and Anglicare

Russell Gibbs (CEO Hawaiian) at the Giving Box where people can donate food for Foodbank and Anglicare and for the first time make a donation via bankcard. Picture: Andrew Ritchie www.communitypix.com.au   d488887
Russell Gibbs (CEO Hawaiian) at the Giving Box where people can donate food for Foodbank and Anglicare and for the first time make a donation via bankcard. Picture: Andrew Ritchie www.communitypix.com.au d488887

SHOPPERS will be able to use the ‘tap and go’ payment method to make a donation towards this year’s Hawaiian’s Giving Box program.

As well as adding non-perishable food, children’s gifts and Christmas items to the gold Giving Boxes, people can make monetary contributions via the Quest Donation Point Tap terminal.

Donations will go to Foodbank WA and Anglicare WA.

Hawaiian chief executive Russell Gibbs said the Hawaiian Giving Box program brought the WA community together and made a difference in the lives of those who needed a helping hand.

“Every year, many Western Australians experience food insecurity, with a growing number of children, young people and families requiring assistance,” he said.

“Our Giving Boxes encourage the WA community to get involved and make a positive impact – every little bit counts.”

Hawaiian Giving boxes will be located at Hawaiian shopping centres in Mt Hawthorn, Claremont, Melville, Forrestfield, The Park Centre, Bassendean and Noranda, and at Parmelia House and London House as well as participating schools until December 13.

Visit https://givingbox.hawaiian.com.au/.