Cycling4Diversity raises money

Food Drive raised between $800 and $1,000

Cycling4Diversity Foundation Food Drive raised approximately $800 to 1

Cycling4Diversity Foundation Food Drive raised approximately $800 to $1,000 on Dec 21 as a small group or riders cycled throughout Mission stopping at about 50 homes for the Mission Christmas Bureau.

Cycling4Diversity executive co-ordinator Anne-Marie Sjoden said: “No family should never have to go without food, and that is what motivated us to participate in such a worthy cause. We would not have been able to do this without the kind folks that helped us out with the donations. And of course the riders and drivers the help transport the food to Phil Hope of the Mission Food Bank.”

C4D members who participated are: Ken Herar, Elizabeth Lloyd, Erik Thiessen, Sabrina Giacometti-Thiessen.


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