‘Angel Tree’ blessings

2016-01-19 06:00
Cindy Norcott (Robin Hood Foundation chairlady) and Elizabeth Roux (Watercrest Mall marketing manager). Photos: supplied

Cindy Norcott (Robin Hood Foundation chairlady) and Elizabeth Roux (Watercrest Mall marketing manager). Photos: supplied

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WATERCREST Mall and the Robin Hood Foundation, blessed the grannies and grandpas at the Hillcrest Government Hospital during the festive season.

Watercrest Mall’s “Angel Tree” was held in the mall's food court during November and December where the public could select the name of an elderly resident at the Hillcrest Residential Hospital.

The organisers thanked the caring and generous community who purchased 55 gifts, the remaining 30 gifts were purchased by Watercrest Mall. Watercrest Mall staff and Robin Hood Foundation volunteers had a wonderful festive morning with the residents handing out their gifts, singing carols and enjoying the amazing assortment of refreshments and eats, sponsored by Checkers Watercrest. Residents were thankful for the treats and the festive atmosphere we brought to them. Watercrest Mall would like to thank the community and Checkers Watercrest for making this initiative possible. - Supplied.

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