Their big day included a big donation

Remneet Sihota and Ranjot Deol donated $5,000 from their wedding to cancer research.

  • Sep. 26, 2016 1:00 p.m.

Remneet Sihota and Ranjot Deol.

Remneet Sihota and Ranjot Deol of Surrey have donated $5,000 from their wedding to the BC Cancer Foundation to support cancer research in memory of Ranjot’s mother and Remneet’s grandmother.

“My mom wasn’t able to be a part of our wedding due to a tumour that rapidly spread and took her away from us,” said Ranjot. “We felt compelled to donate to support such a good cause and hope our contribution can help save someone’s life.”

To learn how you can bring added meaning to your wedding day and help make a difference in the lives of those affected by cancer, visit bccancerfoundation.com/ways-donate/weddings

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