Kogarah Storehouse Christmas Market returns

Kogarah Storehouse community centre manager Lala Noronha preparing the Christmas Market. Proceeds raised from the market will be used to support the Storehouse's food program.
Kogarah Storehouse community centre manager Lala Noronha preparing the Christmas Market. Proceeds raised from the market will be used to support the Storehouse's food program.

Kogarah Storehouse's popular Christmas Market is returning on Saturday, December 12 with plenty of bargains for shoppers who may be on a tight budget.

A local festive season tradition, the aim of the Christmas Market to make sure everyone can afford to buy Christmas presents.

On sale will be new toys for children, cosmetics, jewellery, handbags, Christmas hampers and many more unique items.

Proceeds raised from the Christmas Market wll be used to support the Storehouse's food program.

The Kogarah Storehouse has been distributing food parcels right through the COVID-19 pandemic to people who are in need including temporary visa holders.

The Kogarah Storehouse is recognised as a charity and is affiliated with Brighton-Kogarah Uniting Church.

The Storehouse staff and volunteers have been providing welfare help in the St George area since 1992 and assist more than 3,800 clients per year with emergency relief and food programs.

The markets will be held at the Kogarah Storehouse, corner of Gray and Kensington Streets, Kogarah on Saturday, December 12 from 10 to 3pm.

The markets will be open to the public with COVID-19 social distancing protocols. For more formation phone 9587 5761.

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