Kimz Angels, winner of the Community Impact (not-for-profit) award.

Kimz Angels honoured for their work

Organization honoured at Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards

Community Impact (Not-for-Profit) sponsored by TD Canada Trust

Winner: Kimz Angels

Nominees: Langley Community Services Society; Langley Pos-Abilities Society – Changing Disabilities into Possibilities; Pacific Riding for Developing Abilities; Stone Soup Mobile Soup Kitchen; The Salvation Army Gateway of Hope; and Tiny Kittens.

An emotional Kim Snow was in tears as she accepted the award, talking about just how many people there are within the community that need a helping hand.

More than 500 families are supported by Kimz Angels, whose mission the past 15 years has been to help those less fortunate people in the community with food, clothing, housing and basic essentials.

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