The 23rd annual Realtors Care Blanket Drive starts up again Nov. 14. Submitted photo

Realtors Care Blanket Drive begins Nov. 14

The 23rd annual event collects warm clothes and blankets for Langley residents in need

As the temperatures continue to drop, Realtors in Langley are once again starting up their campaign to collect warm winter clothing and blankets for Langley residents in need.

The 23rd annual Realtors Care Blanket Drive returns Nov. 14 to 21, and this year Realtors will be collecting donations at 10 offices in Langley to support the Gateway of Hope, Ishtar Transition Housing Society and Wagner Hills Ministry.

In particular, the Gateway of Hope is looking for blankets and warm clothing/coats, Ishtar Transition Housing is looking for women’s and children’s clothing and blankets, and Wagner Hills is looking for men’s jackets, blankets, socks, clothes and shoes.

Items can be dropped off at Re/Max Aldercenter Realty (26641 Fraser Hwy), Re/Max Little Oak Realty (120-9220 Glover Rd.), HomeLife Benchmark Realty (6323 197 St.), Macdonald Realty (22424 Fraser Hwy), Prudential-Power Play Realty (20585 Fraser Hwy), Re/Max Treeland Realty (101-6337 198 St.), Royal LePage Wolstencroft (110-19925 Willowbrook Dr.), Sutton Group-West Coast (156-19653 Willowbrook Dr.), HomeLife Benchmark (201-20999 88 Ave.) and Re/Max Lifestyles Realty (8-8880 202 St.).

For more information, visit www.blanketdrive.ca.

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