United we smile

Thousands of dollars donated by City of Surrey employees.

The City of Surrey’s 2010 United Way Campaign broke its own record with $218,430 collected by the city’s employees.

“I’m proud of our employees who have been enthusiastically supporting the United Way for many years,” said mayor Dianne Watts. “The money will be used to support important programs that will benefit children, youth and seniors in our community.”

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