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Dock unloads donations to SFB

From left: Tim Baille, Lindsay Thorley, Shaun Felton, Feezah Jaffer, Eugene Gerard, Barb Martin, Jeff Scott, Melissa Tocheri. - Photo submitted
From left: Tim Baille, Lindsay Thorley, Shaun Felton, Feezah Jaffer, Eugene Gerard, Barb Martin, Jeff Scott, Melissa Tocheri.
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Fraser Surrey Docks personnel have donated $15,000 to the Surrey Food Bank (SFB).

The food bank's Feezah Jaffer and Tim Baille accepted the cheque, which was presented by Jeff Scott, president & CEO, Fraser Surrey Docks LP, Shaun Felton, ILWU Local 514, Eugene Gerard, ILWU Local 502, Barb Martin, ILWU Local 517, Melissa Tocheri, executive assistant to Scott, and Lindsay Thorley, staff, Fraser Surrey Docks.

Donations were collected during Surrey Fraser Docks' Holiday Food Drive throughout December.

The funds will be used to generate in excess of $45,000 worth of goods to be used by low-income individuals and families in need who live in Surrey and North Delta by providing bi-weekly food hampers to supplement their food needs.

For more information about the Surrey Food Bank, visit: http://www.surreyfoodbank.org/

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