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Danny’s Wun Tun helps Richmond Christmas Fund

Pictured, from left to right: Bruce Rozenhart, Patti Allen, Greg Halsey-Brandt, Elizabeth Specht, Joyce, Linda (Danny’s Wun Tun), Christine Brodie, and Wayne Duzita. - submitted photo
Pictured, from left to right: Bruce Rozenhart, Patti Allen, Greg Halsey-Brandt, Elizabeth Specht, Joyce, Linda (Danny’s Wun Tun), Christine Brodie, and Wayne Duzita.
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Danny’s Wun Tun Restaurant has made a $2,000 donation to the Richmond Christmas Fund.

The Richmond Christmas Fund mobilizes the community’s spirit of giving to make holiday wishes come true for 2,000 low-income Richmond residents each year. Each person registered with the program receives a grocery voucher and nearly 1,000 children under 15 years old also receive toys or gift cards donated to the program.

Volunteer Richmond Information Services is a non-profit agency dedicated to enhancing the lives of Richmond residents by bringing people and services together through community information and volunteerism. Visit www.volunteerrichmond.ca or call 604-279-7020 for more information.

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