Donate warm coats for Mission’s needy

Abstract Glass, The Mission Record and Tim Hortons are holding a coat and blanket drive

Help keep Mission’s needy residents warm this winter.

Abstract Glass, in partnership with Tim Hortons and The Mission Record, is holding a coat and blanket drive, and is accepting donations of clean, useable items at its 32210 Lougheed Hwy. location (next to Superstore).

Any appropriate items received by Dec. 21 will be given a $5 gift certificate to Abstract, and a $2 card to Tim Hortons. Additionally, gift certificate names will be entered into a draw for a $100 voucher for Abstract (not eligible towards deductibles).

All items will be given to the Mission Christmas Bureau.

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