Kim Snow and her angels in Murrayville Saturday and Sunday

Angels collect food, diapers and Easter treats for the less fortunate.

Kim Snow and her angels will be in front of the Murrayville IGA Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., hoping people will give generously.

They are hoping to fill an ambulance with diapers, food, and Easter treats for the less fortunate in Langley.

They will also be unveiling the new delivery truck which was donated to Snow by B&B Contracting. The truck will allow Snow to deliver bigger items, like furniture, to those in need. Snow had been  asking people who owned trucks to deliver large items.

Snow and her volunteer angels have been busier than ever these days. A huge donation of egg salad was donated by Freybe’s and so Snow made sure numerous families in need were fed. One single mom with children was starting over with nothing so the angels got to work, outfitting her with furniture and clothing.

Donations of diapers, wipes and more were picked up by new moms at Douglas Recreation Centre recently.

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