Aldergrove sisters Kasey (6) and Kalyn (8) Bunville will be hosting a fundraising car wash for the BC Children's Hospital Foundation on Saturday

Sisters united for Children’s Hospital

Aldergrove sisters Kasey and Kalyn Bunville will be hosting a fundraising car wash for BC Children's Hospital Foundation on July 5

Aldergrove sisters Kasey (6) and Kalyn (8) Bunville will be hosting a fundraising car wash for the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation on Saturday, July 5 at the Royal Canadian Legion Aldergrove branch 265 parking lot.

The car wash volunteers, including father Jason, will be working from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. that day, and all funds collected will go to the cause.

The fundraiser is one of the ways the Bunville family helps the hospital each year, in thanks for the hospital’s care for Kasey when she was diagnosed and treated for cancer at a very young age.

Kasey has now been cancer-free for one year and is enjoying a healthy and normal life alongside her sister.

The Aldergrove Bottle Depot also accepts donations for the BC Children’s Hospital in Kasey’s name: donors can simply drop off bottles and cans and tell the depot clerk to credit the total to the BC Children’s Hospital.

Many thousands of dollars have been collected for the hospital over the past couple of years by the Bunville family supporters.

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