Christmas is all about giving, loving, caring and sharing and the combined teams from Logan House Fire Support Network and Nightlight did just that yesterday (December 23).

The convoy hit the streets with vans filled with donated food, toys and more and stopped in on people in the Beenleigh and Eagleby areas who are doing it a bit tough.

Everyone deserves a wonderful Christmas and these dedicated volunteers made many people happy as they delivered the Christmas packs.

From Left – Johnny Porter, Bert van Manen MP, Judi van Manen, Louie Naumovski, Michaela Porter

Louie Naumovski from Logan House Fire Support Network said thanks to Johnny, Michaela and all of their volunteers at Nightlight for allowing us to join and hand out hampers, presents and hams to many families in need.

“We had a great day even though it was hot seeing the many smiles on people’s faces when we rocked up in the street.

“Thanks to Bert van Manen MP and his wife Judi for joining us, to all of those that received a gift we hope your Christmas got a little easier after what has been a crap year.”

Johnny and Michaela Porter work hard each year to help the community and Christmas is a special time for them and they wanted to help spread the cheer to as many people as possible.

A van full of Christmas Packs

“Some of the Nightlighters along with our amazing friends from Logan House Fire Support Network went out around the local streets on the Annual Nightlight Christmas Convoy with many presents from Mitre 10 Mega Beenleigh and other very generous people,” said Johnny.

“We want to say thanks to Patino’s Personal Lawyers for the amazing hams and thank you to Windaroo State School P&C, also to Mullins Lawyers for amazing generous Christmas hampers.

“A big thanks to the Nightlight volunteers who make these kind of things possible.

“If it wasn’t for the committed volunteers Nightlight wouldn’t be able to bless our community the way we do so thank you.

“Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to our community and God Bless everyone.”

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