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Jesus calls us to love our neighbors. Thanks to all of you who have stepped with donations of cash, clothing, and cookies. The need remains great, and there are many ways that you can still respond:

A Response from St. Andrew's

We are working with local partners to find out ways that our church community can meet specific needs directly. Please stay tuned for updates.

Donations of household items.

Please hold off on any donations to School District 73 until we receive a further update.

Baking

The CAF is invovled in disaster relief. We can support our army members by providing the comfort of home-cooked baking (cookies). Cookies can be left in the church's freezer, or speak to Pastor Steve (Rocky Mountain Ranger Chaplain): [email protected]

Baking can also be delivered to Summit Drive Baptist (1975 Summit Dr) who are opening their doors to evacuees from 1:00-4:00 pm, Monday to Friday.

Cash Donations

By donating to the 'United for BC Flood Response Fund' (United Way British Columbia) you will support critical relief and urgent recovery efforts in the aftermath of the devastating floods that have impacted communities across the province. According Natika Bock, the regional contact for the interior: "We have been getting calls all day and have already provided 100s of blankets to CMHA and the Evacuation Reception area." If you have questions for how the United Way is providing support you can contact Natika at [email protected] You can make your donation HERE.

 

Whatcom Road Interchange - Aerial perspective of flooding

 

Highway 7 - Ruby Creek - November 15, 2021