Last chance Nov. 28 to register in Comox Valley for Salvation Army hamper

The main time to register for a Salvation Army Christmas hamper has passed, although there's a "last chance" registration Nov. 28.

The main time to register for a Salvation Army Christmas hamper has passed, although there’s a “last chance” registration Nov. 28 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the hamper depot.

Although the timeline got tight to find space to run the program out of this year, a site was secured at the old Kia dealership at 150 Mansfield Dr. in Courtenay, and this is where people can register for a hamper on Wednesday.

The following items are required for hamper registration:

• Identification for applicant (Care Card, Driver’s License, BCID)

• Identification for each family member (Partner &/or all children – care card, birth certificate, etc.)

• Proof of Residence (Utility Bill, Rental Agreement, Phone Bill, etc.)

• Proof of Income (Social Assistance, Disability, EI, Pay Stub, Pension, Bank Statement)

• Proof of Expenses (Bills, Bank Statements, etc.).

— Salvation Army

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