Food bank grateful for donations from Comox Valley

Dear editor,

The Comox Valley Food Bank is very grateful to our kind donors from the Comox Valley and environs .

Comox Valley Food Bank president Jeff Hampton accepts a cheque from Grade 6 and 7 students at Brooklyn Elementary

Dear editor,

The Comox Valley Food Bank is very grateful to our kind donors from the Comox Valley and environs for the variety and quantity of foods so generously donated to the food bank through September to December 2013.

We, at the Comox Valley Food Bank, wish to extend our most sincere thank you for the ongoing effort, commitment, logistics, time, caring and thoughtfulness demonstrated by so many of the

wonderful people and groups in the Comox Valley.

Jeff Hampton,

Susan Somerset

Editor’s note: Jeff Hampton is the president of the Comox Valley Food Bank Society. Susan Somerset is the food bank manager.

 

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