Ray White celebrates 10 years of goodwill
The Ray White Port Douglas team is calling on Douglas Shire residents to show their generosity and give to the Mayor’s Christmas Appeal.
And the real estate’s Port Douglas office is joining the Douglas Shire Mayor's Christmas Appeal with ‘A Little Ray of Giving’.
The Ray White initiative is celebrating its 10th year of goodwill and this is the first year of what they hope to be a new Douglas Shire tradition with the all-new Ray White Port Douglas.
This Christmas campaign serves as an opportunity for locals to give back to their community while raising awareness and uplifting others. As a charitable initiative, the campaign will see Ray White Port Douglas partner with Douglas Shire Council in conjunction with Port Douglas Neighbourhood Centre and Mossman Support Services to help people, families and groups who may need some extra support and care.
“This campaign gives us a chance to reach out directly in a way that benefits people with less advantages, and give a special gift that also offers hope and connection at this time of year,” said Mark Flinn, Principal, Ray White.
The Ray White Port Douglas team is calling on Douglas Shire residents to show their generosity and give to the Mayor’s Christmas Appeal, by delivering donations to their Wharf Street office for safe storage under the Christmas tree until collection.
“Both 2021 and 2020 have been extremely difficult for everyone, but no one’s felt the impact more than those groups that were already vulnerable.
“If you wish to donate a gift simply leave it with the Ray White team or our beautiful friends at With Sugar who have kindly offered to wrap and tag any gifts purchased locally and store for collection,” said Flinn.
Ray White is located at 24 Wharf Street, Port Douglas and you will see their special giving tree in their front window ready for collecting gifts
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