Christmas and Easter Donations

Our Christmas Program

Christmas is traditionally a time for family. Many children in our program and their families find Christmas time a bit of a struggle, and many are living under financial pressure. At Time for Kids, we understand how important it is for a child to feel valued and to know that someone is thinking about them. That’s why we provide Christmas gifts to up to 350 children each year. We make sure that every child in our program, along with their siblings, has the opportunity to receive at least one present on Christmas day, so that they may have a brighter Christmas with their families.

Our Easter Program

Easter is one of the holidays that children most look forward to every year. But, as with Christmas, Easter is a tradition that many of our families are unable to participate in. We don’t want any child to miss out, so we make sure that every child in our program has the opportunity to take home a little goodie-bag of Easter treats every year.

We couldn’t do this without our generous supporters who donate to our cause. If you are interested in becoming a Time for Kids Christmas or Easter donor for 2018 please contact us, or you can visit our new online shop to make a contribution to a child’s Christmas or Easter online. Alternatively you can subscribe for updates below.

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Thank you to everyone who donated to Christmas in 2017 and Easter in 2018.

We proudly acknowledge the following organisations and individual supporters for both their previous and current contributions:

Adriana Maio
Allie Umoff
Amy Cooper-Boast
Anastasia Apostolou
Andrew Noel
Annabel West
Anni Foster
Anthony Scotland
Ashley Thompson
Aussie Home Loans – Prospect
Badge Constructions
Ben Poland
Ben Scales and Jarvis Walker
Bendigo Bank – Norwood
Bill Tessitore
Brian Johnson
Carla Caruso
Carol Kay and Entrée Recruitment
Carole Tye
Carrington Financial Services
Carrington House
Clare Lindley
Clarence Gardens Kindergarden
communikate et al
Corporate Traveller
Daniella Spiniello
David Bleby
David Vincent
Dea Deblasio and Coca-Cola Amatil
Department of Agriculture and Water Resources
Department of Human Services – Salisbury
Department of State Development – Energy, Markets and Programs
Department of Treasury and Finance
Dorothy “Wash” Rymill
Dorothy Wooldridge
Elizabeth Weeks
Mary Scales
Mattea Cardillo
Melinda O’Leary and Nova Group
Melissa Foster
Michael Leane
Michele Bonney
Minter Ellison SA/NT
Nahla Baroudi
National Crime Check
Nicole Hein
Niki Vincent
Optus – Adelaide
Peregrine Corporation
Peter Scales and Accolade Wines
Priceline – Mitcham
Qantas – Adelaide
Red Cross – Adelaide
Refined Real Estate
Robert and Annabel Hill-Smith
Robert Beard
Robyn Staker
Rosemary Stuart-Kregor
Rural Bank – Grenfell Street
Sarah Soteriou
Semprinis Newsagent
Sharon Rolton
Shirley Tanner
Smartline Mortgage Advisors
Sophie Doyle
Telstra – Adelaide
The Adelaide Crows Children’s Foundation
The Carob Kitchen
Tracy Marsh Publications
Travis and Lisa Rickard
Turner Real Estate
Wilhelm Visser
Evelyn Joy Taplin
Fay Zaikos
Fiona McLeay
Frances Wilsdon
Gary Brown
Gemma Coward
Geoff Wooldridge
Georgene Hancock
Georgina Hardy
Helen Sheehy
Homestart Mortgage
Ian Slack
Jacqui Cirillo
Jacqui Seppelt
Jake Phillips
Janie Green
Jasmine Sumer
Jeremy Rees
Jessica Arthur
Karen Ashwood
Karena Sneath
Kat Lynch
Kate Chinnery
Kathleen Chapman
Kathryn Govan
Katie Isaac
Kay Haseloff
Kelly Borlace
Kevin Smith
Klemich Real Estate – Henley Beach
Lightsview Sales and Information Centre
Lina Nguyen
Logic +
Lola Lermen
Malcolm Wooldridge
Marie Berridge
Marlene Wilks