First Annual Christmas Toy & Food Drive

The holiday season can be difficult, especially for families in need.

This year, you might be feeling like it’s impossible to help. But there is something you can do that’s small, but makes a big difference.

Heritage Community College in collaboration with Project Blue Hands, presents the Christmas Toy & Food Drive.

Donate your new toys and non-perishable food items, and we’ll deliver it to a child or family who needs a little extra love this year. Drop off your donations any time before December 18h at Heritage Community College. You can find us at 8166 128th Street, Unit #110 in Surrey, BC. Mon-Fri 8-5

Give a child the gift of a happier holiday season.

And remember, whether or not you’re able to donate, everyone can give the gift of kindness in the midst of a difficult time. Be good to yourselves and to each other.


With gratitude,

Heritage Community College.

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