GOOD CAUSE: Amanda Kenafake and Jane Kerridge from Power Tynan present St Vincent de Paul representative Kerry Ryan with a cheque for $1500.
GOOD CAUSE: Amanda Kenafake and Jane Kerridge from Power Tynan present St Vincent de Paul representative Kerry Ryan with a cheque for $1500. contributed

Power Tynan shows festive spirit

ST VINCENT de Paul runs an annual appeal to assist those in need at Christmas time each year.

That's about 1.3 million people across Australia.

The Power Tynan Charitable Trust got on board the initiative, last month presenting $1500 to Stanthorpe's Vinnies.

Mr Ryan said the donation was a big boost for those in need.

"This donation will go towards preparing Christmas hampers for families in need,” he said.

He said they expected to deliver hampers to close to 40 hampers to those in need in Stanthorpe over the Christmas/NY period.

The Power Tynan Charitable Trust has donated more than $150,000 since its inception in 2010, and is open to the firm's staff, clients and all members of the public to contribute funds.

To donate to the Power Tynan Charitable Trust or for more info visit www.powertynan.com.au/community/power-tynan-charitable-trust.

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