The ladies of Gosford North Inner Wheel Club are back out in the community, with their first handmade craft stall since lockdown held on October 22 at Kincumber Shopping Centre.
Publicity officer, Glenis Marshall, said the stall was a great success, with shoppers eager to buy from the well-stocked tables.
The principal recipient of monies raised will be the local charity We Care Connect.
“This volunteering local charity supports vulnerable children on our Coast and in the Hunter,” Marshall said.
“The shocking figure of 10,000 children on the Coast, are living below the poverty line.
“So to help in the best way our cub can, we donate to We Care Connect in the way of goods and (money) to support these vulnerable children in our own backyard.”
The group will hold more stalls at Kincumber on Friday, November 19, and Friday, December 10, fully stocked with Christmas stocking fillers.
Inner Wheel is a worldwide service organization for women from all walks of life wanting to make friends and help the many needy charities on the Coast, nationally and internationally.
If you’d like to join check the Not For Profit section of this newspaper for details.
Media release, Oct 26
Gosford North Inner Wheel Club