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Community generosity

Hundreds of donations are filling the Salvation Army Kalgoorlie-Boulder Corps.

There are various toys and foods collected from the annual Kalgoorlie-Boulder Toy Run, the K-Mart Wishing Tree and donations from members of the public.

Lieutenant Mark Schatz said they have enough donations to provide 150 to 200 Goldfields households with Christmas joy this year.

“People come in every day and say ‘I just want to give you this’ and drop off bags full of food and toys, it’s fantastic,” he said.

“The Salvos wish to thank all the community groups and individuals for their immense generosity this year, it just wouldn’t happen without them.”

Toys and food for all demographics and all ages have been collected.

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