The Woodstock Police Auxiliary Unit filled seven cruisers outside the Sobeys over the weekend. Officers raised a total of $5,000 worth of food and cash donations for the Salvation Army.
WOODSTOCK - The Woodstock Police Auxilary Unit's Fill-A-Cruiser Holiday Food Drive was a huge success this year.
Officers managed to collect over $5,000 worth of food and cash donations at the Sobeys over the weekend and all of the proceeds will be going to the Salvation Army.
They filled seven cruisers total and officers also managed to collect $719.45 in cash donations through the Salvation Army Kettle. They also presented another cheque for $250 to the Salvation Army afterwards.
Sobeys sold 343 pre-made food donation bags for $10 each. Kraft and General Mills both donated some of their products for the bags. Kraft donated $270 worth of product and Dave from General Mills dropped off $500 worth of product for the cause on Thursday. .