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Help us welcome residents to 831 6th Street!The affordable housing project at 831 6th Street is about to welcome new residents and Ruby Campbell - New Westminster City Councillor and I need your help to make them feel welcome in their new community. The housing is operated by Lu'ma Native Housing Society and the Swahili Vision International Association and they will welcome Black and Indigenous individuals, Elders, and families to their beautiful new building over the summer.We are collecting donations of new household items, gift cards, and welcome cards to create welcome baskets for our new neighbours. If you're able to contribute, please get in touch or drop-off your donations to the fabulous businesses helping us out, across the City. Donations are going to be collected through June and July. Reach out with any questions and spread the word!#glenbrookenorth #affordablehousing #newwest #newwestminster ... See MoreSee Less
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