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Christmas spirit is alive

30 Nov 2010

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Victoria Point building managers Keith and Kay Jeffrey have instilled some Christmas spirit into Docklands with a gift collection for charity.

Keith and Kay were inspired by the fact that the MRA Toy Run finishes in Docklands on December 12.  All gifts collected go to the Salvation Army.

The Jeffreys have established a special collection point in the foyer of the Victoria Point apartment tower.

“We just thought we would make it easy for people to donate,” Kay said.  “Often people want to give but either don’t know how, or don’t get around to it because they are too busy.”

“The response has been great.  People have started giving already and many more have promised gifts for underprivileged children,” Kay said.  “It say merry Christmas to people less fortunate than ourselves from the residents of Victoria Point.”

The Jeffreys said they were attempting to bring a sense of community to the building.

“We want people to realise that we are all part of a wider community,” Kay said.

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