Latest From Rotorua Daily Post 2017 Christmas Appeal
Scion have again joined the Daily Post Christmas Appeal to help the Salvation Army.
Group of young people have been doing their own can drive for Salvation Army.
Comvita staff are donating to the Rotorua Salvation Army this Christmas.
More than 750 items were collected during the Mamaku food drive.
A Rotorua cafe owner has had her socks blown off by generosity of customers and suppliers.
Oranga Tamariki have been gathering food and gifts for needy families this Christmas.
The number of items collected during Fill the Bus easily surpassed previous years' totals.
The 12-hour food drive made 25 stops across Rotorua.
The schedule for the 12-hour food drive Fill the Bus has been released.
There is still time to donate to the Rotorua Daily Post Christmas Appeal.
Dropping off items to the Rotorua Daily Post office is one way to contribute to appeal.
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