What fun it was to laugh and sing
This year Carols are coming to you! Ho Ho Home Delivered to your driveway thanks to Brian Hilton Motor Group.
Usually held at Central Coast Stadium, in 2020 we felt a deep commitment to offer a COVID safe version of Carols that offers joy, hope and continues to support our long standing beneficiary, the Cancer Council NSW – Central Coast.
Each night in the lead up to Christmas, a volunteer local artist will sing carols from the end of a driveway of a Central Coast family who have made an online booking and a $50 donation.
Choose a booking date to suit your location and our team will stop by for a short Carols performance at some stage during the session times. This will be confirmed with you following booking.
Click on a date below to book. Sessions are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
Local talent from the Central Coast
From all over the Central Coast these talented performers are volunteering their time to sing carols for you and help raise money for the Cancer Council NSW - Central Coast.
You have seen them on our stage before and this year you will seem them live in your driveway!
On arrival of the Brian Hilton Motor Group delivery cars, a pop up stage will be filled by a local artist or two, accompanied by some Christmas elves and, if you are lucky, a special appearance by Star 104.5's Rabbit & Sarah or even Santa! The air will fill with a few short carols for both children and adults to enjoy. A quick insta shot or two and the carollers will be off to the next Central Coast driveway.
Our COVID plan includes social distancing, sanitisation and a safe environment for you to share in some Christmas joy.
Central Coast Carols is more than just singing
The Cancer Council is funded 96% by the community. Such generousity has made available some world class facilities and services to Central Coast Cancer patients and their families.
To continue to offer these services every dollar from Star 104.5's Central Coast Carols Ho Ho Home Delivered bookings is donated to Cancer Council NSW and stays right here on the Coast.
Jaynie Moloney, Cancer Council’s Community Relations Coordinator says that it is a fantastic way to spread joy at Christmas time. “Christmas is a time for family and giving, and we are so pleased that our amazing community can come together and support local cancer patients”.