Donations for Fort McMurray victims being accepted

Donations being accepted for Fort McMurray fire victims being accepted

  • May. 10, 2016 3:00 p.m.

 

Two trailers have been set up in Rimbey to take donations for Fort McMurray fire victims. One is located at the Coop and one at the arena (south entrance, zamboni doors).

They do NOT need second hand clothing at this time but DO need:

new toiletries, deodorant, soap shampoo/conditioner, razors, oral care, hair brushes/elastics etc.

new socks, underwear, basic tops, basic bottoms, shoes – all ages/sizes, both sexes

new pillows & blankets

bags and boxes for packing, hangers, water

 

The trailers will be open from 10-4 daily. The Nesting Place has also opened up 50 available trailer spots to evacuees.

 

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