Online fundraiser benefits Abbotsford Hospice Society

The Folk Cancer event runs throughout September to raise money for Holmberg House

The sale of Folk Cancer T-shirts will help benefit the Abbotsford Hospice Society's Holmberg House.

An online fundraiser called Folk Cancer begins Sept. 1 to raise funds for the Abbotsford Hospice Society’s Holmberg House.

The music project runs throughout September and involves musician David Ivan Neil releasing a new song every day.

His website includes the sale of Folk Cancer T-shirts and tank tops, as well as a spot to make donations.

For more information, visit folkcancer.wordpress.com or donate at folkcancer.myevent.com.

Holmberg House is an adult hospice located on the Dave Lede Campus of Care next to Abbotsford Regional Hospital. For more information, visit abbotsfordhospice.org.

 

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