Time to put a gift under the Belmont Wishing Tree


Kmart Belmont store manager Will Gould (in trolley) with store operator Savannah Machado and manager in training Max Browne-Cooper underneath the Wishing Tree. Picture: Marie Nirme
Kmart Belmont store manager Will Gould (in trolley) with store operator Savannah Machado and manager in training Max Browne-Cooper underneath the Wishing Tree. Picture: Marie Nirme

IT IS that time of year again when Belmont Kmart is ready to have some presents put underneath the Wishing Tree.

Celebrating its 29th year, the Wishing Tree Appeal is a chance for people to help those who might be struggling enjoy a little Christmas cheer.

Visitors to Belmont Kmart can place a gift under the Wishing Tree for the elves from appeal partners The Salvation Army and Mission Australia to collect.

Kmart will not accept secondhand goods but gifts do not have to be bought in store and can even be handmade.