Still time for Kimberley Food Bank hampers

You can still apply at Food Bank for a Christmas hamper

As most Kimberley residents are aware, the volunteers at the Kimberley Helping Hands Food Bank spend much of their fall fundraising for the annual Christmas hamper campaign.

The hampers contain everything a family or single person needs for a Christmas dinner, as well as gifts for children.

They will handed out  on Friday and Saturday, December 20 and 21.

If you haven’t put your name in for a hamper yet, or if you know of someone in need, please contact the Food Bank and get your application in.

Cut off for applying for the hampers is December 16. The application process is easy; the Food Bank just needs to know if you require a family or single person hamper.


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