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Community Support

Ray White Paddington is privileged to support many of our local communities and charities in anyway we can. Donating to local charities and promoting local businesses are just some of the ways we can contribute to our local area.

Little Ray of Giving 2022

The Salvation Army have been helping people and families in our community for decades, and Ray White Paddington love helping them each year at Christmas time.  Last year we filled our office foyer with gifts and items to donate to this amazing charity, and with your help we hope to achieve an even better result this year.

Between 1st November 2022 to 9th December 2022 Ray White Paddington will be collecting items to donate to The Salvation Army, so that people in our community who need help can have a better Christmas.  This year, The Salvation Army have asked for some specific items – see below for the full list.  Please know that any item you are able to donate will be received with extreme gratitude.  For more information please call our office on (07) 3369 6488.

Miss Henry Boutique – Store Opening

With Judi’s previous work in the fashion industry and Kate’s ability to throw a great party, it’s no wonder they were able to produce an absolutely wonderful soiree to celebrate the Grand Relocation Opening of Miss Henry Boutique in Paddington.  A fabulous evening of drinks, nibbles and of course, styling.

Charity Auctions – Steps for Harry

Our own Licenced Auctioneer, Luke Dawson, regularly conducts live charity auctions for community events.  Getting behind the cause and helping the community is one of his personal and professional passions.

Little Ray Of Giving 2021 – Donation drive in support of The Salvation Army

As part of this years’ Little Ray of Giving, we collected items to donate to The Salvation Army – An organisation helping others in need.  Thank you to everyone in the community who donated to this wonderful charity.  These items were given to families from all walks of life, and children who needed to smile at Christmas.