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Hope for Christmas

Foster Hope coordinator Leonie McLachlan is grateful for all the donations the charity receives.  File photo.

Foster Hope Marlborough’s annual Christmas present drive is under way.

This year’s collection has a “B-awesome” theme with presents beginning with that letter needed.

The Marlborough Weekly is helping as a collection centre for donations.

From books, blankets, bubbles body care, beach towels, balls and board games, there are plenty of options for gifts.

All donations should be new and unwrapped, so organisers know the best person to get the gift.

Presents for children of all ages, both boys and girls, are needed to help make Christmas special.

Foster Hope believes that every child in foster care deserves to know that their community cares about them

Throughout the year they demonstrate this by proving children in care with a backpack of essential items, they are a symbol of our love and support.

Donations can be dropped off at Marlborough Weekly on 52 Scott Street or at 7 Philip Place by 30 November.

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