10 December 2019

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

| Morris Property Group
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Christmas gift tree

Share the spirit of Christmas by leaving a gift for St John’s Care of Reid at One City Hill. Photo: Supplied.

Christmas is the season of giving. And sharing. And this Christmas, Morris Property Group is sharing the Christmas spirit by partnering with St John’s Care of Reid for a charity present drive.

St John’s Care is a well-known local charity organisation that aims to bridge the gap and break the cycle of disadvantage, isolation and economic hardship with compassion, advocacy, respect and encouragement through the provision of emergency relief and other programs.

St John’s Care works in partnership with Anglicare, and is primarily funded through donations from the community, church groups, businesses and individuals.

“A lot of the work St John’s do is around the city and Inner North region of Canberra, an area Morris Property Group has had a presence in for some time, supporting local families. We are a local family business, and we feel very privileged to be involved this year and do what we can,” said director James Morris.

“We are providing a children’s gift from each of the purchasers in our new One City Hill project, and placing under the Christmas tree in out One City Hill Sales Gallery located on London Circuit. We encourage others to do the same. We know the Canberra community is generous, and it’s a great time of year to support as many people as we can.”

One City Hill sales office

Morris Property Group is providing a children’s gift from each of the purchasers of the One City Hill project.

Around the middle of December, St John’s Care will arrange to have all donated gifts collected and included with their annual Christmas Present Room initiative located in Reid.

You can get involved by leaving a gift under the Christmas tree located at the One City Sales Gallery, take a pic and include #christmasgivingtree, and spread the word!

The One City Hill Sales Gallery is located corner of London Circuit and Farrell Place Canberra City, and is open daily from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.

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