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Mission firefighters collect food, cash and toy donations for Christmas Bureau

Mission Fire Rescue Services went door to door through several neighbourhoods to accept donations

Firefighters from Mission Fire Rescue Services (MFRS) were busy collecting donations this past week. The fire department went door to door on Wednesday and Thursday (Dec.7 and 8) to retrieve cash, food and toy donations to support Mission Community Service Society’s Food Centre and Christmas Bureau.

The MFRS brought in $2,500 in cash, five full-size vans of food, and two car loads of unwrapped toys to give to Mission Community Services. The firefighters collected donations from several Mission neighbourhoods.

“Thank you to all our firefighters from stations one, two and three as well as our dedicated and valued Emergency Support Services members,” MFRS said in a Facebook post. “This displayed generosity is one of many reasons this is a special community filled with caring citizens.”

The Christmas Bureau has a goal of $160,000 for the holiday season. Toy and monetary donations can be dropped off until Dec. 16 at 142-32555 London Ave in the Mission Junction Mall. After Dec 16th – monetary donations can be dropped off at the Main Office at 33179 2nd Ave.

Food Donations can be dropped off at at the Mission Food Centre at 3-32618 Logan Avenue on Mondays 9-12, Wednesdays 2:30-4:30 p.m., and Fridays 9-12.

Dillon White

About the Author: Dillon White

I joined the Mission Record in November of 2022 after moving to B.C. from Nova Scotia earlier in the year.
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