Gift wrap proceeds going to Heart and Stroke Foundation

Volunteers hoping to raise $15,000 through gift wrapping this holiday season

Shoppers are invited to Willowbrook Shopping Centre’s Charity Gift Wrap Centre this holiday season with 100 per cent of the proceeds going to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.

The gift wrap centre opens on Saturday (Dec. 7) and will offer their services until Dec. 24.

It is located on the northwest side of the Willowbrook Shopping Centre and is right next to the Pantry restaurant.

Gift wrap services start at just $3 and all wrap, ribbon and bags are eco-friendly.

The centre is run by more than 50 staff and volunteers from the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

The goal is to raise $15,000 this holiday season.

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