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Wellington and Reeves getting in Christmas spirit with inaugural charity drive

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Staff from Wellington and Reeves with Vinnies Welfare Group volunteers and Christmas items donated.
Camera IconStaff from Wellington and Reeves with Vinnies Welfare Group volunteers and Christmas items donated. Credit: Laurie Benson/Albany Advertiser

This festive season Wellington and Reeves has stepped up to help those in need with its Drive For Christmas project.

In its inaugural Christmas drive the real estate company partnered with Albany’s St Vincent de Paul Society.

“It’s a good thing for us being able to help where we can and in a way we could help,” Wellington and Reeves director Kathleen Mier said.

“We are just happy to help.”

Throughout October, Wellington and Reeves put $100 from every property sold towards the charity drive.

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A total of $2900 was raised allowing IGA and Kmart vouchers to be bought to add to Vinnies’ Christmas hampers.

“We have a strong relationship with Vinnies and we hope to continue this appeal in the future,” Ms Mier said.

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