OPP aims to stop hunger in its tracks

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit will holds its seventh annual food drive in support of the Neighbour to Neighbour Centre this weekend (December 10-11). Auxiliary officers will collect non-perishable food items and cash at food store locations in the Hamilton area, including Ancaster and Stoney Creek. In Waterdown, they will be posted at the entry to the Sobeys store, in the Waterdown Shopping Centre.

The Neighbour to Neighbour Centre provides programs and services in the areas of employment, family support and skills development. Over the past six years, the Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit, thanks to generous donations from the community, has raised 166,098 pounds of food and more than $29,000 for the Neighbour to Neighbour Centre.

OPP aims to stop hunger in its tracks

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit will holds its seventh annual food drive in support of the Neighbour to Neighbour Centre this weekend (December 10-11). Auxiliary officers will collect non-perishable food items and cash at food store locations in the Hamilton area, including Ancaster and Stoney Creek. In Waterdown, they will be posted at the entry to the Sobeys store, in the Waterdown Shopping Centre.

The Neighbour to Neighbour Centre provides programs and services in the areas of employment, family support and skills development. Over the past six years, the Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit, thanks to generous donations from the community, has raised 166,098 pounds of food and more than $29,000 for the Neighbour to Neighbour Centre.

OPP aims to stop hunger in its tracks

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit will holds its seventh annual food drive in support of the Neighbour to Neighbour Centre this weekend (December 10-11). Auxiliary officers will collect non-perishable food items and cash at food store locations in the Hamilton area, including Ancaster and Stoney Creek. In Waterdown, they will be posted at the entry to the Sobeys store, in the Waterdown Shopping Centre.

The Neighbour to Neighbour Centre provides programs and services in the areas of employment, family support and skills development. Over the past six years, the Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit, thanks to generous donations from the community, has raised 166,098 pounds of food and more than $29,000 for the Neighbour to Neighbour Centre.