Get Into the Spirit of Giving With One of Australia’s Biggest Secret Santas


It feels good to give. This year why not share the true spirit of the season with people you’ve never met, right around Australia?

The Coca‑Cola Christmas truck tour is back this year in Australia with a very special addition: one of the biggest Secret Santa experiences we’ve ever seen.

Coca‑Cola is partnering with The Salvation Army to bring communities together this festive season. The ‘It Feels Good to Give’ truck tour will travel more than 10,000km on a journey that’s all about embracing the spirit of giving at Christmas.

So how do you get involved?

Simply register with your local Salvation Army centre to take part in the fun at one of the stops along the way. You can find event details on Facebook.

Select a gift from the Coca‑Cola Christmas tree, write a card, and let somebody in the next town enjoy the spirit of Christmas.

In true Secret Santa style, you’ll get a gift from a stranger, and in turn you can give one, all the way from Sydney to Perth and back again.

People are invited to join the fun, share a meal and enjoy a free Coca‑Cola No Sugar and enjoy entertainment from The Salvos.

You can also make donations to the Salvation Army on the day to help them with their Christmas appeal.

All aboard the Christmas Truck!

Darling Harbour, SydneyTuesday, November 27, 5:00pm-7:00pm
Rockingham, PerthTuesday, December 4, 5:30pm-7:30pm
Semaphore, AdelaideSaturday, December 8, 6:30pm-8:30pm
The Living Desert Sculptures, Broken HillTuesday, December 11, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Alexandra Gardens, MelbourneThursday, December 13, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Constitution Dock, HobartSaturday, December 15, 7:00pm-9:00pm
Carols in the Domain, SydneySaturday, December 22

Supporting the Salvation Army this festive season

After a great start in 2017 our partnership with the Salvation Army is bigger and better and is set to reach more communities across the country.

As part of our partnership Coca‑Cola will give $500,000 to The Salvation Army to contribute to the invaluable work it does in helping the Australians who need it most.

Christmas is the busiest time of the year for The Salvation Army. This year they will help more than 300,000 people, distribute around 500,000 gifts and serve more than 100,000 meals to Aussies in need.

Our contribution will help provide food hampers and gifts to families in need. It will provide free Christmas meals across the country to those who are doing it tough during the festive season.

Join us at one of the Secret Santa events, where The Salvos will also be on hand to collect any additional gifts or donations for those in need this Christmas.

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