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Kyle & Jackie O are gearing up to bring Christmas cheer to Sydney Children’s Hospital in Randwick with their biggest toy drive yet!

The KIIS 1065 elves have been busy decking the halls, decorating the KIIS-tmas tree and with the help of ClubsNSW it’s time to spread the festive spirit to kids and their families at the Sydney Children’s Hospital in Randwick.

“This is one of our favourite times of the year, being able to support all the sick children in hospital through our annual Christmas Toy Drive. It makes us so happy when we see their little faces light up and enjoy the gifts that Sydney has given them. A huge thanks to our listeners for getting behind this great cause and bringing joy to so many lives at a time of the year when family and friendship means so much.” Jackie said.

To show your support for Kyle and Jackie O’s Sydney Children’s Hospital Toy Drive simply drop off a children's gift at Penrith Panthers Leagues Club, located at 123 Mulgoa Road, Penrith.

Alternatively, you can also drop off gifts at the following locations: 

  • The Juniors - 558a Anzac Parade Kingsford
  • Dee Why RSL - 932 Pittwater Rd Dee Why
  • Bankstown Sports Club - 8 Greenfield Parade Bankstown

ClubsNSW CEO Anthony Ball said that it was great to see Dee Why RSL, Penrith Panthers, The Juniors and Bankstown Sports Club act as collection points for this year’s Kyle and Jackie O Sydney Children's Hospital Toy Drive.

“At a time when most people go home, some children will sadly be spending Christmas this year in hospital. That’s why ClubsNSW has teamed up with Kyle & Jackie O to collect gifts that will be donated to the Sydney Children’s Hospital,” he said.

“Clubs are active supporters of their communities which is why they are strong advocates of this toy drive. This is really about supporting people when they need it most.

“I encourage everyone to get involved this year and donate gifts, big or small, to the four clubs involved - your gesture will make a huge difference to a sick child this Christmas.”

Toys can be donated from today until Tuesday December 2. At the end of the collection period ‘Santa’ Kyle and ‘Mrs Clause’ Jackie will makes a special visit to the Sydney Children’s Hospital in Randwick to deliver all the gifts to the children.

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