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We are proud to host our Annual Fill the Van Charity Christmas Party each year in my back yard. This is a very Canadiana style party - by the fire, smores in hand and lots of Christmas spirit.
In 2015, I was fortunate enough to experience volunteering at Made by Momma. I was invited to be a host in the kitchen, where volunteers make dinners (and treats) for those parents who are facing adversity. I was lucky enough to be able to afford what needed as a single parent, but so many cannot. Made by Momma is special to me because of its grassroots community-based programs.
In 2018, I was having lunch with Ryan from AMP Electric. I told him of my plan for a Christmas party with our friends and admission was a donation. I was looking to fill my SUV that day! He took one look at the car and said, that won't take long; let's use one of my service vans. Fill the Van was born!
Over the past years, we have increased our fundraising to fill a covered trailer! Our party accepts cash donations to support Veteran's Food Bank & collects diapers for Made by Momma. In 2021, we collected 18,000 diapers and over $3,000 for Veterans Food Bank.
We look forward to making our 5th Annual Fill the Van party the biggest yet!
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