Singh Motorcycle Club donates over 100 coats for News-Salvation Army Coats for Kids.

Singh Motorcycle Club provides generous donation to Coats for Kids campaign

More than 100 bags of coats were donated to the Abbotsford News' and Salvation Army's Coats for Kids Campaign.

Members of the Singh Motorcycle Club provided a generous donation of more than 100 bags of coats for the Abbotsford News’ and Salvation Army’s Coats for Kids campaign on Sunday.

Fifteen members of the 80-member group were joined by News publisher Andrew Franklin, Mayor Bruce Banman and Deb Lowell of the Salvation Army.

The Coats for Kids campaign collects donations of clean, gently used or new winter coats, boots, hats, mittens and gloves for children and adults. Donations can be dropped off until Jan. 17 at The News office (34375 Gladys Ave.) or at Bakerview EcoDairy, 1356 Sumas Way.


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