Meadow Lake supports RCMP Victim Services Toy & Food Drive

One lady and one RCMP officer holding a donation cheque.

During our holiday season, Meadow Lake mill was proud to support the RCMP Victim Services fourth annual Christmas Food & Toy Drive to share some light with local families and children in need.

The MLMP Social Club also raised $530 at the recent mill Christmas party. Victoria Seng-Low, from the RCMP, commented on how the food and toy drive “embodies the true spirit of the season by focusing on adopting families for Christmas.” While the drive was previously led by the RCMP’s Youth Advisory Committee, this year, Gateway Victim Services and the RCMP have united forces to continue this heartwarming tradition. Through gen­erous donations from our community and partnering agen­cies, this initiative brightens the holidays for those in need by distributing food and toys across our community.

Employee generosity is especially welcome as our communi­ty says goodbye to the Salvation Army after over 85 years of service. The Salvation Army has provided such amazing care and friendship as they’ve served and supported families.