Belmont Forum helps kick off 30th year of Kmart Wishing Tree Appeal


Kewdale Primary School choir members Alexis Davies, Madison Every, Emily Kidd, William Tilbee and Riley Clayton brought some Christmas cheer to Kmart at Belmont Forum.
Kewdale Primary School choir members Alexis Davies, Madison Every, Emily Kidd, William Tilbee and Riley Clayton brought some Christmas cheer to Kmart at Belmont Forum.

KMART at Belmont Forum has officially kicked off its 30th year of the Wishing Tree Appeal.

The Wishing Tree Appeal is a chance for people to help support children, adults, seniors and families who are unable to afford gifts at Christmas.

The Kewdale Primary School choir added to the Christmas cheer at the official launch yesterday.

Visitors to Kmart at Belmont Forum can place a gift under the Wishing Tree for elves from appeal partner The Salvation Army to collect.

Gifts do not need to be purchased from Kmart nor do they need to be wrapped.

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