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Rob Anderson, from Nanaimo Salvation Army’s New Hope Centre, accepts delivery of fleece blankets from Kaila Maughan, centre, and Rhonda Cavelle from Urban Barn. Thanks to customer donations, the home accent retailer delivered 8,000 blankets to organizations helping the homeless across Canada. - Photo contributed
Rob Anderson, from Nanaimo Salvation Army’s New Hope Centre, accepts delivery of fleece blankets from Kaila Maughan, centre, and Rhonda Cavelle from Urban Barn. Thanks to customer donations, the home accent retailer delivered 8,000 blankets to organizations helping the homeless across Canada.
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