Truly showing how much Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives; Richmond RCMP Toy Drive a huge success thanks to our amazing community
2022-11-24 09:22 PST
Richmond RCMP want to send out a heart felt thanks to all those who donated to the 8th annual Richmond RCMP Toy Drive in support of the Richmond Christmas Fund, another program of Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives.
Thanks to your generosity, we raised $ 26,304.00 in cash and collected 1.6 tons of toys
View larger image: Photo collage from Richmond RCMP Toy Drive
The outpouring of generosity from people who live in the City of Richmond is truly inspiring, says Chief Superintendent Dave Chauhan, Officer-in-charge of Richmond RCMP,
It means so much to me, the officers who organize this event and our detachment as a whole, to know that our commitment and passion for such a worthy cause is shared by our community.
We are so fortunate that the donations for the Toy Drive continue to grow each year because so does the need within our community, says Ed Gavsie, President and CEO of Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives,
We are so pleased to be able to continue to partner with the Richmond RCMP. After watching C/Supt Chauhan go into the dunk tank, I know just what lengths they are willing to go to make this event a success.
Those still wishing to make donations can do so until November 30th by visiting any of these toy drop locations:
- All Richmond Public Libraries
- Hamilton Community Centre, 5140 Smith Drive
- The Richmond RCMP Main Detachment, 11411 No 5 Road
- The office of Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives, 7000 Minoru Boulevard
Thank you once again, and Happy Holidays.
Cpl. Adriana O'MalleyMedia Relations Officer
11411 No 5 Road, Richmond, BC, V7A 4E8
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