Vehicles purchased with Canuck Place donation

Two vehicles purchased thanks to The Valley Feed Bag

Owners Gloria and Roderic Crawford and staff Liana McKamey and Shauna Roe

Canuck Place Children’s Hospice has unveiled two wheelchair accessible vehicles sponsored by The Valley Feed Bag.

A substantial donation from Valley Feed owners Gloria and Roderic Crawford allowed Canuck Place to purchase a 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan Savaria Conversion with capacity for 5 passengers, and up to 3 wheelchairs, along with a 2014 Chevrolet Express with capacity for 5 to 8 passengers.

Canuck Place’s Dave Lede House is on the Campus of Care next to Abbotsford Regional Hospital.

The two vehicles will be used to help the facility’s families.

“We appreciate very much how loyal our customers have been, and that support has allowed us to provide these vehicles to Canuck Place. We couldn’t be happier!” Crawford said.

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