Kim Snow has been helping out Langley’s less fortunate for more than a decade. While she was away for Easter weekend, three teenagers stepped in for her to make sure a family enjoyed the holiday too.
This Easter, while Snow took a much deserved holiday, she received an email from a mom and her two kids who had no Easter dinner.
Three young Langley men, including her son, decided to help. Using the new Kimz Angels delivery truck that was donated by B&B Contracting Group, the three teens delivered a full dinner to the family.
“I’m so proud of these boys,” said Snow.
The angels’ work never stops. Back from her short vacation, Snow’s angels were delivering much-needed juice boxes, granola bars, soups and more groceries to schools in Langley.
Steve Stew of B&B has been one of Kim’s angels for some time now, and worked hard to get her a pick-up truck so that bigger items could be delivered to those in need.
“Before the Angel truck, I was always asking people for the use of their truck for pick-ups of furniture or larger food pick-ups,” said Snow. Now the truck can be seen around town, helping out.
Snow and her angels were recently at the Murrayville IGA to fill an ambulance full of much-needed items for new moms, such as diapers, wipes and baby food. It was a huge success, she said. Kimz Angels is a grassroots operation where items that are donated are hand-delivered to Langley families in need.
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