We had so much fun as the PCYC Easter Bunny delivering treats to hundreds of children over the Easter Weekend.
Our packs included Easter favourites such as eggs and hot cross buns, plus Easter craft activities, with bubbles and stickers.
We miss seeing children and young people at our Centres, so where possible we delivered the surprise packs to young people that would usually attend our development programs and recreational activities.
Julie Gorman, Executive Manager Centres, Camp and Outreach, said since our young people couldn’t come to us, it was our job to visit them and spread some Easter cheer.
“Our young people and their families were amazed, it was so great to put smiles on faces again”, said Julie.
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