Members of the Job’s Daughters in Abbotsford recently distributed more than 100 bagged lunches to those less fortunate.

Job’s Daughters hand out bagged lunches in Abbotsford

Girls involved with organization help less fortunate

The Job’s Daughters of Bethel #20 Abbotsford recently collected donations and packaged more than 100 bagged lunches to distribute to the less fortunate in the community.

The daughters have a charity project that they plan and execute on their own twice a year and this year they had chosen to help out others within the community.

Job’s Daughters International is a premier youth organization for girls between the ages of 10 and 19.

They help girls grow and to learn life skills such as leadership, teamwork, community service, public speaking and self-confidence in a supportive environment. Girls get the opportunity to meet new people, make friends and have a lot of fun while doing it.

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