Sunshine Coast based charity Bloomhill Cancer Help will officially open the doors of their new Op Shop and Distribution Centre in Kunda Park on Saturday, 30th November.
The new Distribution Centre will sell a wide range of goods including white goods and household appliances with all funds raised going to the Sunshine Coast based charity.
Bloomhill Cancer Help General Manager, Mervat Quirke said that Bloomhill relies heavily on the funds raised by its Op Shops and Distribution centre to continue to deliver vital support services to more than 900 clients on the Sunshine Coast affected by cancer.
“It’s great to be opening a larger premise where we can sell both large and smaller items at very low prices and have our customers leave the store satisfied, knowing that they have helped contribute to Bloomhill’s cause,” Mervat said.
The opening sale will take place at 22 Hi-Tech Drive, Kunda Park from 9am with the official opening to take place at 10am. The celebrations and sale will continue until 12pm.
“This will mark Bloomhill’s seventh centre on the Sunshine Coast and we will be having a huge opening sale with plenty of discounted items across the store, plus a sausage sizzle, face painting and free cake as part of the official opening which will continue until 12noon.
“It will be a fun morning and we invite the community to attend and join in the celebrations, and snag plenty of great bargains,” Mervat said.
Bloomhill Cancer Help is a Sunshine Coast based charity that provides support and assistance to those affected by cancer. Operated by a team of dedicated professional staff and hundreds of volunteers, Bloomhill offers counselling, transport to appointments, respite care and a range of complementary therapies and other practical help.
With no ongoing government funding, the charity relies on donations and fundraising to continue providing its valuable services.
For more information visit www.bloomhill.com.au.