Chilliwack invited to Stuff the Cruiser on Dec. 8

Mounties will be at three Save-On-Foods across Chilliwack to graciously accept donations

It’s almost time to Stuff the Cruiser to help make Christmastime special for Chilliwack families.

Mounties are inviting everyone across the Upper Fraser Valley to join them, Sunday, Dec. 8, at any of the three Save-On-Food store locations in Chilliwack for the 11th Annual Stuff the Cruiser event.

“With the amazing support of the Chilliwack community we collected over 5,000 pounds of groceries together with generous cash donations during last year’s Stuff the Cruiser event,” RCMP Const. Lorelei Jeffery said. “We are aiming to exceed last year’s totals.”

Officers will be graciously accepting donations, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. by packing police cruisers at Save-On stores across the region with non-perishables and cash donations all to support Salvation Army Food Banks.

Store locations in Chilliwack to find a cruiser:

• 46020 Yale Rd.

• 31-6014 Vedder Rd.,

• 45635 Tamihi Way

READ MORE: Results of the 2018 Stuff the Cruiser were solid

READ MORE: Annual Fire Department Food Drive Dec. 2


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