For the second straight year Aldergrove’s Wilson family have sold and delivered poinsettias to fundraise for families at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Royal Columbian Hospital.

‘Brooklyn’s Wish’ Keeps on Giving

Aldergrove’s Wilson family sold poinsettias to fundraise for families at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Royal Columbian Hospital.

For the second straight year Aldergrove’s Wilson family have sold and delivered poinsettias to fundraise for families at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Royal Columbian Hospital.

Parents Tanya and Joel Wilson, along with daughters Charlotte and Isabella, have raised $1,300 so far this Christmas season, in memory of their late daughter and sibling Brooklyn Wilson and in thanks to RCH and staff for their loving assistance to Brooklyn.

The public is invited to call the RCH Foundation at 604-520-4438 and donate to Brooklyn’s Wish Fund, or visit https://www.facebook.com/#!/BrooklynsWishFund where there is a link to make on-line donations.

Tax receipts will be issued by the RCH Foundation.

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