The members of the Prince Rupert Detachment of the RCMP have announced plans for the Second Annual Cram-a-Cruiser event for Prince Rupert, with Canada Safeway once again the destination in aid for the Salvation Army's Christmas program
In partnership with Safeway, Rainbow Chrysler and the Salvation Army, the Prince Rupert RCMP will be hosting it's second edition of Cram-a-Cruiser.
All donations will be given to the Salvation Army to be distributed to people in need in the community. Non-perishable food items and toys will be collected.
They ask that donors please make sure that food donations are not expired and toys are either new or in good conditions if used.
"We had great success during our first edition last year, so we're hoping that people will be as generous or more again this year! A small contribution can make a big difference in someone else's life. A lot of people wanted to donate cash last year but we couldn't accept it, so this year, we made sure to have the Salvation Army Christmas kettle on site to collect money as well." -- Cst. Gabriel Gravell Prince Prince Rupert RCMP
The members look forward to seeing you, sun, rain or snow on Saturday, December 10th from 10 AM to 3PM at the Canada Safeway Parking Lot.
More notes on the work of Emergency Responders in the Northwest can be reviewed here.
A look at some of the other community initiatives in aid of the Salvation Army can be reviewed through our Community Notes archive.