Christmas at Coronet Peak
We're cutting down Wilding Pines at Coronet Peak and selling them to the community in exchange for a donation to Happiness House Queenstown.Otago
IMPORTANT: Donors will need to choose to share their details (email or phone) when making a donation so we can contact them to arrange delivery date and tree size. Alternatively email email@example.com with your address and tree size after you have made your donation. Without your address our elves won't be able to deliver your Happiness Tree.
PLEASE NOTE: We can only deliver to: Queenstown, Arrowtown, Fernhill, Lake Hayes Estate, Shotover Country, Quail Rise, Kelvin Heights, Jacks Point and Frankton.
Last Orders Taken on 13th December 2018.
We don’t like the wilding pines, and want to chop them down. But don’t they look good for Christmas trees?
We think so. What if we could deliver them to Queenstown locals and give the donations to someone who needs it most? Like Happiness House that offers Wakatipu residents of all ages a central safe and welcoming location offering a variety of social support services, a fantastic op shop and their popular Friday produce day.
So for the second year running, that’s what we’re doing.
If you'd like one of our pesky but pretty Coronet Peak pines while supporting one of the district’s oldest charities, simply make a $20 donation.
HOW IT WORKS
Place a minimum donation of $20 to receive a tree (while stocks last). Donations are not refundable.
The funds will go to Happiness House, and an email order will be sent to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our elves will deliver your tree on Sunday 9th or 16th December once you have confirmed your delivery address, tree size and preferred date. We will drop it off in your driveway or against your front door as early as possible on the Sunday. – Orders must be place on or before the Thursday prior to your preferred date.
Trees are available in approximately 1m and 2m sizes and stocks are limited. Please note that these are wilding pines and whilst every practical step is taken to supply nicely formed trees, you will often need to be creative with your decorations 😊.
Happiness House will use the funds to support the work they do over Christmas helping residents to feel financially and emotionally supported during this time.
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