Talent show and silent auction Saturday to benefit B.C. Children’s Hospital

More than 30 members of Kids Can Help have raised $60,000 for hospital in past four years.

The Kids Can Help team is having their fourth annual talent show and silent auction on Saturday, Dec. 6, at 7 p.m. at the Langley Fundamental Elementary School, located at 21789 50 Ave.

One hundred per cent of all the money raised goes to the BC Children’s Hospital. Last year, the event raised $6,000. So far, the team has raised over $60,000 for BC Children’s.

The Kids Can Help program was founded in 2009 and has grown to over 30 members, ranging in ages from six to 18 years old.

If anyone wants to be a part of the Kids Can Help program or would like more information, contact kidscanhelpkids@gmail.com or call 604-833-8772.

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