Latest From Rotorua Daily Post 2017 Christmas Appeal
Rotorua Central Scouts to deliver the food packages to the Salvation Army.
What goes into a food parcel depends on who it is for.
Scope Cafe are joining in on the Rotorua Daily Post Christmas Appeal.
Rotorua childcare centre to collect and donate food, toys and books.
The first week of the Christmas Appeal shows residents are eager to help those in need.
Ngongotaha Medical Centre are taking part in the Christmas Appeal once again.
Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology have their collection box out and have begun filling it
Foodbank volunteers Margaret Stephens and Jan Beazley are dedicated to the charity.
Yesterday the team at Kimberly Clark New Zealand delivered six pallets of goodies.
Locals explain why they think the Christmas appeal is important.
A local kindergarten is using the gift of giving to help those in need this Christmas.
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Local drama students will show their talents while raising money for KidsCan NZ.
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