Innisfail RCMP Charity Checkstop gets truckloads of toys, donations

The Innisfail Charity Checkstop brought in a massive haul of donations, thanks to a generous community.

Four truckloads of toys and clothes, 1,100 pounds of food and $12,209.40 in cash were donated in the weekend event by Innisfail and surrounding area residents.

The money will go to a number of charitable organizations in the community including the Innisfail Food Bank, the Innisfail and District Christmas Bureau, the Women’s Outreach Society and Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Innisfail.

The Innisfail RCMP had a lot of volunteer help to conduct the charity checkstop including Victim Services, Guardian Ambulance, Innisfail Peace Officer and Fire Department, the Innisfail and District Christmas Bureau, the Innisfail Food Bank and the Women’s Outreach Society.

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