A north Tasman slaughterhouse is handing out Christmas wishes to women in need.Nigel donated Christmas ham and barbecue to Magnolia women's shelter every year.About 25 women will be at high levels with their childrenRisk haven for Christmas this year.Catherine Burrellxa0Nigel said the donation would go to women in shelters who really need help.For the first time this year, Alan broughby from Winkley Farmxa0Donate a wholexa0The cause of pigs.Although this is the busiest time of the year, Mr. broombly said that Christmas is a festival to give back to society."They are worth a try like everyone else," he said ."."It's all part of Christmas.It's all about giving and sharing.Mrs. Birrell.xa0Said Nigel was also collecting other items to donate to the shelter.Items such as canned food, Christmas pudding, oven bag and baking tray, mother toiletries and gift sets, Christmas decorations, wrapping paper and children's gifts were accepted."People can rest assured that donations go directly to people who need them," she said .".Jenny at Magnolia Square said many women in the shelter would not have had a chance to celebrate Christmas if it weren't for barbecues."Women get emotional when they receive these gifts," she said ."."They were very moved.They said, 'What?This is for me?"They should have a Christmas, wexa0Fortunately, we can pass it on to them.Every store in Nigel receives donations from Magnolia Square.