OPP Auxiliary officers clamp down on hunger

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

This year, as of November 30, the Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit has completed approximately 6,200 volunteer hours in a variety of duties most of which consists of community-related events. Their present compliment is 29 members from all walks of life.

On December 10 and 11, the Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit held their 7th Annual Food Drive to support the Neighbour to Neighbour Mission in the Hamilton area.

The Mission is a dignified and non-judgmental environment, the Neighbour to Neighbour Centre improves the ability of residents within the greater Hamilton area to be self sufficient and enhance the quality of their life through programs and services in the areas of employment, family support and skills development.

During the past six years of this two-day event, the Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit - with generous donations from the community - has raised 166,098 pounds of food, equivalent to 40 full-size automobiles in weight, and $29,782.50 for the Neighbour-to-Neighbour Centre.

This year, the Burlington OPP Auxiliary, through the generosity of the citizens in our communities, collected 23,460 pounds of food and $7,155.12 in monetary donations and made the presentation to the Neighbour to Neighbour Centre on Thursday, December 15.

On behalf of the Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit and the Detachment it supports, we would like to thank everyone for their generous donations in the special festive season.

We wish you a safe and enjoyable festive season!

Linda Dean

Provincial Constable, Burlington OPP

OPP Auxiliary officers clamp down on hunger

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

This year, as of November 30, the Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit has completed approximately 6,200 volunteer hours in a variety of duties most of which consists of community-related events. Their present compliment is 29 members from all walks of life.

On December 10 and 11, the Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit held their 7th Annual Food Drive to support the Neighbour to Neighbour Mission in the Hamilton area.

The Mission is a dignified and non-judgmental environment, the Neighbour to Neighbour Centre improves the ability of residents within the greater Hamilton area to be self sufficient and enhance the quality of their life through programs and services in the areas of employment, family support and skills development.

During the past six years of this two-day event, the Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit - with generous donations from the community - has raised 166,098 pounds of food, equivalent to 40 full-size automobiles in weight, and $29,782.50 for the Neighbour-to-Neighbour Centre.

This year, the Burlington OPP Auxiliary, through the generosity of the citizens in our communities, collected 23,460 pounds of food and $7,155.12 in monetary donations and made the presentation to the Neighbour to Neighbour Centre on Thursday, December 15.

On behalf of the Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit and the Detachment it supports, we would like to thank everyone for their generous donations in the special festive season.

We wish you a safe and enjoyable festive season!

Linda Dean

Provincial Constable, Burlington OPP

OPP Auxiliary officers clamp down on hunger

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

This year, as of November 30, the Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit has completed approximately 6,200 volunteer hours in a variety of duties most of which consists of community-related events. Their present compliment is 29 members from all walks of life.

On December 10 and 11, the Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit held their 7th Annual Food Drive to support the Neighbour to Neighbour Mission in the Hamilton area.

The Mission is a dignified and non-judgmental environment, the Neighbour to Neighbour Centre improves the ability of residents within the greater Hamilton area to be self sufficient and enhance the quality of their life through programs and services in the areas of employment, family support and skills development.

During the past six years of this two-day event, the Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit - with generous donations from the community - has raised 166,098 pounds of food, equivalent to 40 full-size automobiles in weight, and $29,782.50 for the Neighbour-to-Neighbour Centre.

This year, the Burlington OPP Auxiliary, through the generosity of the citizens in our communities, collected 23,460 pounds of food and $7,155.12 in monetary donations and made the presentation to the Neighbour to Neighbour Centre on Thursday, December 15.

On behalf of the Burlington OPP Auxiliary Unit and the Detachment it supports, we would like to thank everyone for their generous donations in the special festive season.

We wish you a safe and enjoyable festive season!

Linda Dean

Provincial Constable, Burlington OPP