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A Little Ray of Giving

Over 898,000 children across Australia & New Zealand won’t receive a gift this Christmas.

A little Ray of Giving is Ray White’s very own community charity initiative where offices across Australia and New Zealand get behind disadvantaged families in our local communities and put a smile on their faces at Christmas time.

This year, Ray White Caringbah has partnered with the Dandelion Support Network to help distribute gifts to disadvantaged families in our community.

Drop an unwrapped gift into our office and we’ll make sure it gets to a deserving family by Christmas.

Every child deserves to smile this Christmas.

About the Dandelion Support Network

Our volunteers accept donations of good quality preloved and new nursery furniture and items for babies and children for families in need.

All our items are processed by volunteers who follow high quality assurance standards so that the goods can be enjoyed by their new owner. Once the items are ready for their new home, they are packed up with love ready for a new family. We have high quality standards for the items we rehome. We consider them a gift to someone in a time of need. We hope to make them feel supported and uplifted by the bundle they receive.

A helping hand for families in need

Dandelion Support Network partners with some amazing agencies and support services who work with some of the most vulnerable families in our communities. We rely on social workers to share with us what families really need and to ensure our donations find a suitable home where they truly make an impact.

Our volunteers carefully prepare each item, knowing that without our support, these families would go without. Most of the material goods we provide aren’t luxury items. They are items critical to the health and well-being of babies and children.

Though we do not meet the clients we assist, our services and your generous donations directly support some of the most disadvantaged families and children in the wider community.  The people we support may be living in housing stress, escaping domestic violence and abuse, living with mental health issues or refugees making a new life for their family. Your support could be life changing.