Gift wrapping volunteers show how to wrap the perfect Christmas present

PERFECTLY WRAPPED: Linda Mee, Dawn Woodland, Karen Alcorn and Sue Stoll all volunteer their time to wrap gifts. Picture: Les Smith
PERFECTLY WRAPPED: Linda Mee, Dawn Woodland, Karen Alcorn and Sue Stoll all volunteer their time to wrap gifts. Picture: Les Smith

For those guilty of wrapping a present in a plastic bag, the perfect solution is to get them wrapped for you.

The best part is, it’s all for a good cause, said volunteer coordinator Linda Mee. 

“All proceeds go to the Salvation Army Drought Relief, Baptist Care Caloola Centre and Wagga Inter Church Christian Education Team,” she said.

Volunteers have set up a gift wrapping stall with materials donated by Wagga Marketplace and proceeds going to charity. 

“We’re at the bottom of the travellator at the bottom of the food court,” Ms Mee said. 

“Part of the best part of a present is seeing how beautifully wrapped it is.”

Ms Mee said there is more than 75 volunteers.

“We are here until Christmas Eve and we are collecting gold coin donations," she said. 

Ms Mee said they had a special workshop earlier this year to teach them all the tips and tricks to wrapping perfect presents everytime.