Quest Singleton are donating 60 televisions to the local community service organisation, Singleton Neighbourhood centre.

Quest Singleton are donating 60 televisions to the local community service organisation, Singleton Neighbourhood centre.

Quest Singleton property manager Jessica Paget says it's important the close knit town work together and that local business support the community during COVID-19.

"The TVs range from three to ten years old and will be provided to Singleton Neighbourhood Centre Patrons," said Ms Paget.

"This is the first donation the Quest Singleton team have made after they were approached to help by the Singleton Neighbourhood Centre."

With a national emergency just declared in Sydney plus the QLD border closure yesterday, hotel staff are busy managing large cancellations for corporate and leisure bookings and early departures.

The donation is planned to be made in early August, once the hotel team can work out the logistics involved in transporting the TVs to the centre."Quest Singleton have refitted all 35 apartments with new smart TVs to meet changing guest expectations such as new streaming services.

"We hope the TVs are rehoused to people in need." For more information visit the Singleton Neighbourhood centre.

BIG DONATION: Quest Singleton have donated 60 televisions to go to patrons in need from the Singleton Neighbourhood Centre.

BIG DONATION: Quest Singleton have donated 60 televisions to go to patrons in need from the Singleton Neighbourhood Centre.