Marangaroo Primary students to help make Xmas brighter for others


Klaudia Houlis, Taylor Rogers, Stefan Houlis and Fletcher Hasson with Marangaroo Primary School principal Nicole Hanna and Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts. Picture: Bruce Hunt
Klaudia Houlis, Taylor Rogers, Stefan Houlis and Fletcher Hasson with Marangaroo Primary School principal Nicole Hanna and Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts. Picture: Bruce Hunt

STUDENTS from Marangaroo Primary School are joining in the effort to help people facing hardship this Christmas.

The school is one of many organisations collecting donations of non-perishable food items for the City of Wanneroo Mayor’s Christmas Appeal.

Mayor Tracey Roberts said the appeal had been well supported in previous years and encouraged people to help once again.

“I am constantly amazed at the generosity and Christmas spirit shown by our wonderful community in supporting those in need,” she said.

“All donations received will be distributed to those less fortunate within our City.”

People can help by registering to receive a donation collection box and donating non-perishable food items or money or gift vouchers to assist in purchasing goods.

Donations can be made until November 18 at any of the City’s libraries or the Civic Centre foyer, or the Weekender office at 16 Clarke Crescent, Joondalup.

To take part, call 9405 5012 or email sandra.hansen@wanneroo.wa.gov.au.