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With the Reviewer’s Empty Storage appeal well and truly underway, the charitable spirit of the residents of northern Tasmania is once again poised to improve the lives of some of our most vulnerable communities. Now in its 113th year, the appeal hopes to raise $ 80,000 for the Salvation Army, the Benevolent Society, St Vincent de Paul and Launceston City Mission. READ MORE: Drug dealer tried to start a new business, but ended up in jail. $ 1200 over 12 days of Christmas. Launceston construction company Prime Design decided to help raise funds and raise awareness of the city’s mission Christmas call by announcing its 12 Day Quiz Campaign. Prime Design’s social media and marketing coordinator, Amelia Roach, said that after working with City Mission to develop their health center – Mission Health – and witnessing the support the Mission provided to the community, the builder was inspired to dig a little deeper. READ MORE: Bridget Archer on Integrity, Crossing the Room & This Prime Minister’s Meeting Ms Roach Said For 12 Days Starting Dec 6 Prime Design Will Post 12 Quizmas Questions Worth $ 100 Each On their Facebook and Instagram accounts, with the company donating $ 100 to the city’s Christmas Call of the Mission for the first correct response. Ms Roach said she hoped the initiative would encourage others to donate and help more families facing hardship this Christmas. READ MORE: Life-changing diagnosis motivates loved ones to beat MND City Mission, Marketing and Fundraising Director Rafael Demarchi said the local builder’s initiative was fantastic. “The cost of living is particularly high, with many people struggling to pay their rent, which means a lot to people who might not be able to afford the Christmas they want,” he said. he declares. “This is a brilliant initiative and it encourages other businesses in the community to help raise awareness and fundraise for the less fortunate.” Our reporters work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content: Follow us on Google News: The Examiner



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