Abbotsford Wings is hosting a food bank fundraiser for the remainder of 2019. (Kimberly MacLeod photo)

Abbotsford Wings is hosting a food bank fundraiser for the remainder of 2019. (Kimberly MacLeod photo)

Wings Abbotsford hosting food bank fundraiser

Local restaurant accepting donations for remainder of 2019

Wings Abbotsford is holding a food bank fundraiser till the end of 2019.

The popular restaurant specializing in chicken products is accepting canned goods or monetary donations from Nov. 1 to Dec. 31.

For every donation, customers will receive $5 off their next purchase at Wings. This offer is only good at the Abbotsford Wings location on Sumas Road.

Wings first opened its doors back in 2001, and there are now 10 locations in British Columbia and one in Alberta.

The establishment is well known for its chicken wings, but also has a number of other items available.

The Abbotsford Wings location has a Google reviews rating of 3.9 based on 566 reviews.

The next big event for the restaurant is the annual Veteran Appreciation Lunch, which runs from Nov. 11 to 15. Veterans receive one free complimentary lunch item off of the Lunch Special Menu from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on those days.

For more information, visit greatwings.ca.

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