Food Bank provides goods and counselling for Langley condo evacuees

Sources Langley Food Bank has special distribution hours just for Paddington Station evacuees.

Sources Langley Food Bank has three sessions for Paddington Station condo fire evacuees to obtain food.

People must have ID with proof of their address at these sessions.

Sources has its Langley Food Bank at the United Church at 5673 200th St.

Evacuees can go there until 3 p.m. today (Tuesday, Dec. 13) and from 10 a.m. to 3 pm. on Dec. 15 and 16 (Thursday and Friday)

Sources also made counsellors available at the Douglas Recreation Centre which has served as a reception centre since the Sunday morning fire forced people in 85 condo units from their homes.

Sources, a social agency that offers services to Langley, Surrey and White Rock, can be reached at 778-875-8341 or sourcesbc.ca.

More on the Dec. 11 fire:

Langley firefighters retrieve owners’ essentials from burned condo

Fire victims may have a long wait in Langley City

 

 

 

 

 

 

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