Ray White Glen Innes and St Vincent De Paul help disadvantaged people this Christmas

Kerry Muir, Molly Garth, Casey Grob and Sophie Cooper. Photo: Mellissa Grennan

Kerry Muir, Molly Garth, Casey Grob and Sophie Cooper. Photo: Mellissa Grennan

This Christmas, Ray White will continue its popular tradition of giving with the return of ‘A little Ray of giving’.

The inspiring Christmas campaign will see Ray White Glen Innes partner with St Vincent De Paul to help disadvantaged people who may need a little extra light in their festive season.

The Ray White team are calling on the local community to embrace the giving season and dig deep for children who need it most.

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"We have our Christmas tree up,” principal Casey Grob said. “We urge everyone who is able to bring in a gift in for those families who are less fortunate.”

The gift drive is a way to help put a smile on the face of anyone who may need some extra cheer at this time of year, and Casey said it’s as simple as can be.

“All you need to do is wrap up your present and drop it under the tree into our office reception.”

Those who wish to donate a gift just need to inform the Ray White team if the gift is for a male or female, and nominate an age group.

Ray White Glen Innes is located at 297 Grey Street, Glen Innes (next door to the Westpac Bank).

“It’s a really simple way to put a smile on the face of someone who might otherwise go without this Christmas,” Casey said.

“Just a small gift can make the biggest difference to families who are struggling at an expensive time of year.

Ray White has run this initiative across Australia and New Zealand each December since 2012.

Last year, more than 300 offices across Australia and New Zealand helped raise 30,000 gifts for disadvantaged families this Christmas.