Hamper delivery notice

Where and when hampers will be delivered

HAMPER DELIVERY NOTICE

*Applicants must be home to receive a hamper

Port Hardy, Port McNeill, Port Alice:

Sunday, Dec. 17th between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm.

Sointula:

Hampers will be delivered on Saturday, Dec. 16th between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm because the Co-op is closed Sunday.

Alert Bay:

Shop-rite will have gift cards and Turkeys ready to pick up Saturday 16th to Monday 18th.

Zeballos and Woss:

Sunday, Dec. 17th

Kingcome Inlet:

Hampers will be delivered by Water Taxi on Dec 19.

Gilford Island:

MacKay Whale Watching will deliver the Hampers on Dec. 21

*This post will be updated once more information is confirmed by Hamper delivery volunteers.

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