Santa’s Anonymous fundraiser to help make Christmas possible for Fort St. John families

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Fort St. John will once again be helping make Christmas possible for families in need this holiday season.

The Santa’s Anonymous fundraiser will be happening at Home Hardware, December 1st and 2nd from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Local residents, businesses, and can show their spirit of giving this holiday season, as Big Brothers, Big Sisters raises money to provide Christmas hampers to those in need. Last year Big Brothers, Big Sisters raised enough money to help over 180 individuals to get a Christmas hamper, and Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Fort St. John Executive Director Danielle Armstrong says that they’re anticipating an even greater need this year.

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Members of the community can donate to Santa’s Anonymous in several ways:

This year’s Santa’s Anonymous wishlist includes:

  1. Grocery Store Gift Certificates ($50 increments preferred)
  2. Bedding sets
  3. Pillows
  4. Sets of towels
  5. Clothing and book store Gift Certificates
  6. Activity Passes/Gift Cards
  7. Pots & Pans
  8. Bake-wear
  9. Dishes, Glasses, Silverware
  10. Toiletries and other hygiene items
  11. Diapers and Baby Formula
  12. Small Kitchen Appliances
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