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Give some Joy this Christmas

If you are considering making a donation to someone in need as part of your Christmas giving this year, we’ve done some research for you and have some ideas that will go to a local individual or family. Simply select a gift below and we will make sure it goes to the charity of your choice:


UnitingCare would like to be able to give struggling families the opportunity to purchase Christmas Dinner they have estimated the cost at $75 for a family and $35 for an individual.


CASA (Ballarat Centre Against Sexual Assault) would like to be able to provide a $50 gift card for their clients to add a bit of brightness to what can be a difficult time of year.

The Ballarat Foundation

The Ballarat Foundation with assistance from The Sydney Myer Foundation and FRRR (Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal) will be providing ‘back to school vouchers’ to local schools for distribution to struggling families.  Local donations will be matched by the organisers which means your $50 donation will provide $100 worth of ‘back to school vouchers’.

The Ballarat Imagination Library

The Ballarat Imagination Library will send an age appropriate book a month to a local child aged 0 to 5.  For just $7 a month you can make that happen.

Other options:

KARINYA (Salvation Army)

Karinya  works with homeless young parents and have asked for Non Perishable Food for the young families this Christmas.  Deliver to Karinya, 6 Crompton St, Soldiers Hill before December 18.



Anglicare are seeking toys for babies to 2 years old for their Emergency Relief services. And toiletry packs for men and women. Deliver to 14 Victoria St, Bakery Hill before December 18.



If you would like a Christmas Card acknowledging your donation to give as a Christmas Gift to a loved one please include a note in the ‘Order Notes’ section at checkout and we will send you one.




United Way Ballarat is working to advance the common good of our community by focusing on Education, Income and Health.  These are the building blocks for a good life—a quality education that leads to a stable job, enough income to support a family through retirement, and good health.  United Way Ballarat asks all the citizens of Ballarat and surrounding areas to do three things: GIVE – money and goods; ADVOCATE – on behalf of those who cannot; and VOLUNTEER – to invest time in our community More about United Way Ballarat


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