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Thrifty Foods customers raise funds for Easter Seals Camp

Customers at Thrifty Foods have helped raise thousands for kids attending Easter Seals Camp this summer.

Last February, Thrifty Foods – including the South Surrey location – donated $1 from every four-pound bag of certified organ Buck Brand Citrus navel oranges to the BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities.

Over the course of the three weeks, more than $62,000 was raised – all of which will be used towards camp-registration fees at Easter Seals camps in Shawnigan and Squamish.

Thrifty Foods has been proudly supporting the BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities for more than 20 years.

For more information, visit www.thriftyfoods.com

 

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