The RCMP Stuff a Cruiser raised toys, clothes, food, and cash for local families in need


2021-12-14 08:51 PST

The RCMP is thanking Quesnel area residents for supporting the Stuff the Cruiser Campaign and their generous donations to local charities.

On December 11 and 12, 2021, the Quesnel RCMP held the 2nd Annual Stuff the Cruiser Campaign at the West Park Mall. Officers in red serge accepted donations of non-perishable food, clothing, hygiene products, toys, and cash to support the local Salvation Army, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, and the Seniors Living Society.

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The two day event raised:

2021 was a challenging year with the pandemic and environmental disasters adding to the stress and financial burden to many families in the Cariboo, said Cst. Colton Walch, the organizer of the campaign. This event was a true testament to the spirit of giving and the caring that Quesnel residents showed by providing necessities to people that are struggling over the holidays.

The Quesnel RCMP would like to thank the West Park Mall for the use of their lot, Active Rent-All who donated the use of an enclosed trailer and donated another trailer full of toys, and the RCMP staff that volunteered their time to help with the event.

Released by

Sgt. Richard Weseen

Operations NCO
Quesnel RCMP
584 Carson Avenue, Quesnel, BC V2J 2B5
Office: 250-992-0502
Cell: 250-925-4685
Fax: 250-992-9312


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