Hope’s Stuff the Cruiser fundraiser for the local food bank gave residents a few options for donations this year.
Starting in the morning, Kal Tire hosted their second annual pancake breakfast where RCMP were stationed.
The local auto business matches the total amount received in donations at the end of the morning.
Local police also collected donations at Save-On-Foods with Hope Community Services which runs the food bank.
And guests who donated at the B.C. Protection Services set-up at Buy-Low Foods received a hot dog and hot chocolate from the booth.