Staff from the Mission RBC branch came out to help the Mission Hospice Society on Saturday. The group cleaned the hospice’s backyard pond and brought a $1,000 donation as well. / Kevin Mills Photo

RBC employees help out Mission Hospice

Staff from the Mission RBC cleaned the hospice’s backyard pond and brought a $1,000 donation as well.

Members of the Mission branch of RBC lent a helping hand to the Mission Hospice Society on the weekend.

On Saturday, a small group of employees volunteered to help clean up the local hospice society’s pond in the back of the charitable group’s office.

The RBC employees volunteered their time as part of the Days of Caring program.

Along with providing the clean-up crew, RBC also donated $1,000 to Mission Hospice.

 

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