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Date: August 21, 2023Share

RCMP Stuff a Cruiser event collected 535 lb. of food (with photos)

Updated 2023-09-01

St. Albert RCMP want to thank the community for their support in the “stuff a cruiser” event on August 23, 2023, which supported the St. Albert Food Bank. The event was a highly successful partnership initiative between Loblaw Companies Limited, St. Albert Food Bank and the RCMP which raised $1170.00 in cash donations and collected 535 pounds of food.

“We appreciate everyone who generously donated to make this event a success. As the unprecedented demand for our food bank grows, our community continues to step up and support those in need,” says Cpl. Morgan Kyle.

Original Release Dated 2023-08-21

On August 23, 2023 between 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, St. Albert RCMP, in partnership with St. Albert Food Bank and Loblaw Companies Limited, are hosting a Stuff a Cruiser event in support of the St. Albert Food Bank. St. Albert RCMP and partners will be setup at St. Albert Superstore accepting donations.

Stuff a Cruiser is an event where citizens can donate non-perishable foods, gift cards and/or cash donations to help re-stock the shelves at the Food Bank. The RCMP Cruiser will be parked outside the St. Albert Superstore, hoping to stuff it full of donations, which will be dropped off and weighed by the Food Bank to see how much was collected.

“Community is important to the St. Albert RCMP and helping those in need by coming together to raise awareness and food donations is just another way we can support this community,” says Cpl. Morgan Kyle.

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