People Who Care chief executive Alison White.

NFP seeks local support for care kits campaign

Not-for-profit organisation People Who Care is calling on the community and local businesses to pledge funds or donate items for kits to help those fleeing domestic violence.

PWC has been operating across Perth for 36 years and each year supports more than 3,000 people who have fallen into hardship, via acts of goodwill and volunteer services.

By the end of April, the charity is aiming to distribute around 2,000 kits to launch its Packed with Care Drive. The kits will then be delivered to agencies such as St Vincent De Paul Society WA, to distribute to families in need.


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