SCLAA Queensland donates Christmas hampers to charity

More than 140 members from the Supply Chain Logistics Association of Australia’s (SCLAA) Queensland Division, spent this year’s Christmas party packing 600 hampers for charity organisation, Foodbank.

“The 600 hampers will be distributed to families in crisis at Christmas time with many living on the poverty line,” said Ken McMillan, General Manager of Foodbank Queensland.

“These hampers will brighten up the day for many and we at Foodbank are grateful to the SCLAA and its members for this wonderful initiative each year.”

The hampers were a culmination of 12 months of work, with over $70,000 worth of goods raised to go inside the hampers and generous support from many companies across the country. Each hamper is worth over $100 and is made up of food and personal hygiene products.

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