Mayoress Christmas Gift Appeal

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The Mayoress Christmas gift appeal is currently closed and will re-open for the 2020 Christmas period in November. Please stay tuned for updated details.

 Blacktown Mayoress, Mrs Nina Bleasdale is calling on the local community to remember those less fortunate and share in the joy of Christmas by donating a gift to the annual Mayoress Christmas Gift Appeal.

Gifts are sought for children aged 0 to 16 years. Gift suggestions include new and unused toys, books,clothing and non-perishable goods. Please leave gifts unwrapped or in a gift bag for ease of distribution. 

Gifts will be accepted up until 5 pm, Friday 6 December 2019. 

For more information please contact the Events Team on 9839 6000

Gifts will be donated to local charities including Yenu Allowah and Act for Kids.


Gift drop off locations


  • Blacktown City Council Foyer, 62 Flushcombe Road, Blacktown

  • Max Webber Library, Flushcombe Road, Blacktown

  • Office of Stephen Bali, MP, Member for Blacktown, Shop 3063, Westpoint Shopping Centre, Blacktown

  • Westpoint Shopping Centre, Level 3 Customer Service Desk.

Mount Druitt

  • Mt Druitt Hub, Ayres Grove, Mount Druitt

  • Office of Edmond Atalla, MP, Member for Mt Druitt, Office Suite 201, Westfield Mt Druitt Shopping Centre, Mount Druitt

  • Office of Ed Husic MP, Federal Member for Chifley, Shop 6, Cleeve Close, Mount Druitt

Rooty Hill

  • The Rooty Hill RSL, 55 Sherbrook Street, Rooty Hill.

Seven Hills

  • Office of Mark Taylor MP, Member for Seven Hills, 166 Best Road, Seven Hills.


  • Office of Dr Hugh McDermott MP, Federal Member for Prospect, 2/679 The Horsley Drive, Smithfield. 

Stanhope Gardens

  • Blacktown Leisure Centre, Stanhope Parkway, Stanhope Gardens

  • Office of Kevin Conolly, MP, Member for Riverstone, Shop 20, Stanhope Village, Sentry Drive, Stanhope Gardens. 

St Marys

  • Office of Prue Car, MP, Member for Londonderry, 154 Queen Street, St Marys.

Kids Early Learning Centres

Gift Suggestions 

0 to 3 years

4 to 7 years

8 to 10 years 

11 to 15 years

16+ years

Educational toys

Dress ups

Musical toys

Action toys

Gift Vouchers – JB Hi-Fi, Cinema, Westfield, Cotton On, Target, Rebel sport, itunes


Barbies/Disney princesses


Arts sets 

Sporting equipment (cricket, tennis, baseball)


Soothing and teething toys

Avengers figurines

Magic toys

Remote control toys

Make up



Lego and Lego Ninjago

Lego Ninjago

Music devices




Play dough

Art sets

Interactive games

Spy gear




Building blocks

My Little Pony

Arts sets


lectronic Gifts


Ride on toys

Learning/interactive games

Sporting toys (cricket, tennis, baseball)



Music speakers/devices


Peppa Pig, Paw Patrol, The Wiggles, Mickey Mouse, Doc McStuffins

Play and pretend toys

Bikes with helmets

Accessory design toys



Experience vouchers



Large rubber balls

Board games

Outdoor toys




Outdoor toys

Books and DVDs

Bikes with helmets




Make and Create toys

Scooters with helmets


About the charities 

Act for Kids is an Australian charity providing free therapy and support services to children and families who have experienced, or are at risk of child abuse and neglect. They have helped thousands of children and families for over 30years. Their services include, integrated therapy, support for vulnerable families, education services, residential services and special workshops to empower kids and safe houses in remote Aboriginal communities.

Yenu Allowah Aboriginal Child and Family Centre is a welcoming environment for Aboriginal children and their families. They are an integrated centre offering services and support for both children and their parents or carers. They provide a licensed early learning centre, playgroups, parent education, information, referrals to services when required, and transport for most of our activities. They also provide a dedicated family centre and one-off events throughout the year including family dinners, family fun days and a baby welcome for our newest members in the Mt Druitt community.


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