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Following sellout, there are plans to do more this year
A look back at a Langley holiday institution
Charity supported around 700 local families, 1,600 kids
Local charity wrapped up giving season on Saturday
Literacy association donates $12,000 in new books to local bureau
Local charity hopes to support more families
Langley Christmas Bureau is dependent on the donation of gift cards this year
Coats for Kids is accepting winter wear as well as cash donations to help local children
Annual Thanks for Caring Christmas Tea is virtual. People can still have high tea and watch online
Despite no Christmas Wish breakfast, this year’s campaign aims to raise $280,000
The volunteer-run organization found room in a local shopping complex and opens for the season soon.
The Wrap-a-Read program was possible this year thanks to community contributions.
Other local musical groups will be taking part in the annual fundraising concert.
The Vancouver Giants and the Langley Riverman are supporting the Jammie Drive.
The fifth annual Jammie Drive collects PJs that are given out by the Langley Christmas Bureau.
Langley events: LangleyAdvance.com/add-event or email@example.com (subject: Christmas Fun).
The club and supporters dropped by a donation recently and will be out raising funds again soon.
Iris Mooney died July 19 and will be honoured in late August with a celebration of life.