Donations are being received at two local supermarkets to support children’s charity Variety Australia in the lead-up to Halloween.
Shoppers will be encouraged to make a donation or buy a $2 “wall token”.
The money will be used by the charity to support sick and disadvantaged children.
Woolworths Umina and Woy Woy group manager Mr Tim Burr said the supermarket was encouraging customers to support the charity.
“This year, while shopping for their Halloween celebrations, we’re encouraging customers who are able to support other children and their families in NSW, to make a charity donation or add a Halloween token to their shop.”
The stores will accept donations through to October 31.
Media release, 13 Oct 2020
Tim Burr, Woolworths