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    AIP Annual Xmas Hamper Packing Day

    Oceania, Australia, Shows, Associations, Media, Packaging Trade Shows, Events

    Every year the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP), in collaboration with other industry associations, spend their Christmas Party differently. Rather than holding the standard Christmas Party the AIP Members are invited to be a part of something very special; packing 1000x Family Hampers and 300x Ladies Hampers which are given to Foodbank to help those in need during the holiday season.

    Over the last seven years, our industry has packed over 6500 hampers to the value of in excess of $700,000 for people in need, with all of the items either donated, or the funds raised by the Association and the wider industry. The AIP invites you, your staff, colleagues and families to come and help us pack the hampers on the 7 of December. All ages are invited to attend this special event with the oldest volunteer to date being 85 and the youngest 5. Help us make a difference in someone else’s life.

    This year, the AIP packing day will be running from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. on Friday 7 December at Eagle Farm Race Track - Function Area 230 Lancaster Road, Ascot 4007

    Friday 7 December 10.00 am arrival The packing day will be running until approx. 3.00 pm Eagle Farm Race Track - Function Area, 230 Lancaster Road, Ascot 4007.

    • AIP Members: $30 inc GST
    • Non-Members: $35 inc GST
    • Under 18: Free to Attend

    This price will include lunch and two drinks vouchers. A cash bar will be operating for those who wish to purchase additional drinks. Please wear closed in shoes and comfortable clothing. Feel free to wear Festive Holiday shirts and outfits to make the day more enjoyable. Ample parking will be made available on the day at the racecourse. Marshals will direct cars to parking area.

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