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Community generosity is appreciated

Surrey Food Bank Executive Director Marilyn Herrmann is grateful for the gifts of food, cash, goods-in-kind and volunteer time given to the food bank over the Christmas season. - Leader file photo
Surrey Food Bank Executive Director Marilyn Herrmann is grateful for the gifts of food, cash, goods-in-kind and volunteer time given to the food bank over the Christmas season.
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The Surrey Food Bank board of directors and staff would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to the thousands of people in our community and beyond, who generously supported us during “the season of giving.”

We are grateful for your generous gifts of food, cash, goods-in-kind and volunteer time. Our mission of helping others help themselves is achieved because of you, our faithful donors and supporters.

Thank you all for your acts of kindness. We appreciate you!

 

Marilyn Herrmann

Executive Director, Surrey Food Bank

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