Santa’s Anonymous Fundraiser coming Dec 1 & 2

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Adam Reaburn
Adam Reaburn
Adam moved to Fort St. John in 2004 and he now owns both Moose FM and

We know this year has been a difficult year for families all over Fort St. John and the North Peace. This holiday season, let’s make sure everyone has the best Christmas possible. 

That’s where the Home Hardware’s Santa’s Anonymous Fundraiser can help in support of Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Fort St. John.  Last year, Big Brothers helped over 180 individuals by providing Christmas Hampers. 

That number will increase in 2016. 

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To help, drop off a cash donation at Home Hardware or grab an item from the Santa’s Anonymous Wish List.  Click here for the wish list and help us this holiday season.

Or stop by and make a donation during the Santa’s Anonymous December 1 and 2.  Let’s put the true meaning back into Christmas with the Home Hardware Santa’s Anonymous Fundraiser.

Watch for more details about the fundraising in the coming days.

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