Thanksgiving drive sustains Prince Rupert food bank until Christmas

Published on September 12, 2018, 11:43 am

Published by Prince Rupert Northern View

For the first time, Aisa Smithanik is organizing the BC Thanksgiving Food Drive, and she hopes this year Prince Rupert can contribute to a provincial goal of 600,000 pounds of food. Bags are being delivered to homes from Sept. 10-14 and they will be picked-up will be on Saturday morning, Sept. 15. Last year, Prince Rupert collected approximately 4,800 pounds of non-perishable food items and the province collected just over 500,000.





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