Donations being collected for family

Baby born with rare form of cancer is being treated at BC Children's Hospital

The Abbotsford location of Academics preKindergarten is participating in a campaign to raise donations for the family of a baby who was born with a rare form of cancer.

The campaign is in support of mom Lindsay and her son Fehrgus, who was born May 22 of this year with infantile fibrosacroma.

Lindsay is currently living at Ronald McDonald House while Fehrgus receives treatment at BC Children’s Hospital. The two have yet to return home to Pender Island.

Donations of cash and other items for the family are being accepted until Dec. 19 at the Abbotsford location (#107 – 1785 Clearbrook Rd.) and the White Rock site (#100 – 15300 Croydon Drive).

For more details, including a list of items being requested, call 604-853-2332 or email info@academicsprek.com.

 

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