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Kids West CEO, Trevor Oldfield, Mayress Anne Bali and Mayor Stephen Bali. Kids West CEO, Trevor Oldfield, Mayress Anne Bali and Mayor Stephen Bali. Featured
21 November 2016 Posted by 


Two worthy charities benefit

THE Mayoress of Blacktown City, Anne Bali, is calling on residents and business to remember those less fortunate at Christmas by donating a gift to the Mayoress’ Community Christmas Gift Appeal.

The annual Appeal seeks local businesses, community groups and residents to donate gifts to those less fortunate in our community.

“This year the gift appeal is focused around giving to two wonderful local charities; Junaya Family Development Services and Kids West and donations of money will go to the Blacktown Mt Druitt Hospitals Foundation,” Mayoress Bali said.

“Junaya Family Development Services is a community based organisation offering Early Intervention

Services and support for families with children between the ages of 0-18 years old, she said.

“Kids West is a local children’s charity that raises funds for medical research. It also develops and distributes educational programs dealing with accident awareness and raise money for medical equipment for children living in Western Sydney.

“The Appeal is an opportunity for the people of Blacktown City to show their generosity by helping out those doing it tough this Christmas,” Mayoress Bali said.

 Gifts are collected for children aged up to 16 years. Gift suggestions include toys, books, new clothing and non-perishable goods.

Leave gifts unwrapped or in a gift bag for ease of distribution. Donate to either organisation by buying a Christmas gift and leaving it under the tree at various places in throughout Blacktown city.

Gifts will be accepted up until Thursday, December 15, 2016. For a list of collection points visit:




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