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Noni B Gympie store manager Kate Stevens is collecting jumpers for the Mission Australia Jumpers for Joy winter appeal.
Noni B Gympie store manager Kate Stevens is collecting jumpers for the Mission Australia Jumpers for Joy winter appeal. Renee Pilcher

NONI B and Mission Australia are jumping for joy to help Australians in need.

The Jumpers for Joy campaign, which began yesterday, will build on the past success of three previous events which managed to raise close to $22,000 thanks to customers and staff donating more than 16,000 jumpers which all went to many needy people.

To get involved, donate a jumper by dropping it into Noni B at Centro shopping centre. Customers are also invited to donate spare coins to Mission Australia while in the store. All jumpers and proceeds raised will go to Mission Australia to help provide support to individuals and families in need.

Noni B's influential role in Australian women's fashion, and their customers' generosity, has contributed greatly to this worthy cause.

"Please start collecting your old jumpers and help us help so many others through this wonderful event," Noni B Gympie manager Kate Stevens said.

Topics:  mission australia noni b

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