On October 2nd, Lifeline will open a new shop in the Woolworth’s complex Tewantin and by all counts, the opening day will be a day with great bargains for the whole family.
To cater for the needs of the local community, the new shop will store books, bric-a-brac, manchester, clothing and new products for all genders an ages with a huge diversity in stock and clothing for heaps of different styles. Pop in to say hello and greet our new dynamic team of volunteers as they became part of history for Lifeline’s humble beginnings in Tewantin.
Given the convenient location with ample underground parking, customers will enjoy easy access to the new exciting Lifeline Shop.
“We have an easy to navigate structure throughout the shop to make everybody’s experience pleasant and welcoming,” Mr Ian Ezzy, Lifeline Sunshine Coast Business Manager said.
“At this stage, we are still looking for volunteers to join the already excited two volunteers listed to assist with the initial workload, come and join a new era for Lifeline and be part of the history of the Lifeline Shop in Tewantin,” Mr Ezzy said.
Coincidently, the Tewantin shop will open its doors during the National Op shop Week, September 24-30. The aim of both the National Op shop week and the Tewantin shop is to encourage the community and local businesses to do something generous, hands-on, green, engaging or supportive to assist your community.
Lifeline and UnitingCare Community services are financially supported by the Lifeline Shops. To donate, please call our Lifeline distribution centre on 54091400 or take your donations to 608 Maroochydore Rd, Kunda Park
For more information on the Lifeline Shops, visit www.lifelineshops.com or visit the National Op shop week’s website www.dosomethingnearyou.com.au/