The Logan Domestic Family Violence and Vulnerable Persons Unit (DFV and VPU) have thanked a local op shop within the community for their recent generosity.

The ‘Now and Zen Community Op Shop’ in Jimboomba donated hand-knitted beanies and scarves to the Logan District DFV and VPU. These items will be handed to children that have been affected by domestic and family violence.

Logan District DFV and VPU will utilise the community group ’99 Steps’ by giving them the packs to hand out. 99 Steps provides valuable support services to Logan’s Cultural and Linguistically Diverse community.

Detective Acting Senior Sergeant Mark Gleeson said these bright and woolly items were a welcome gift to provide comfort and warmth.

“We look forward to continuing to work with all members of the community and thank them for their ongoing support.”

Photo supplied by myPolice

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