Deltassist Christmas program now underway

Low-income families, seniors and individuals can register for a food hamper and the toy depot.

Registration for Deltassist’s Christmas Programs is now underway.  Low-income families, seniors and individuals can register for a Christmas food hamper and attendance at the annual Toy Depot to select gifts for their children up to the age of 16.

Eligible families and individuals must apply in person at Deltassist. To complete registration, Deltassist requires proof of residence in Delta, proof of income and CareCards for children registered for the Toy Depot.

Office locations are in North Delta at 9097 120 St., Monday to Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Ladner at 4891 Delta St., Monday to Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-4 p.m.

Applications are also available online at www.deltassist.com.

This year’s deadline for Toy Depot registration is Dec. 9 and applications for food hampers will be accepted until Dec. 16.

Families who register before Nov. 25 are eligible to enter a draw to receive a free family portrait. The photo shoot, hosted by members of the Surrey Photography Club, will take place at the North Delta office on Saturday, Dec. 3.

Contact Carly Geistlinger, community services coordinator at 604-594-3455, ext. 107 or e-mail carlyg@deltassist.com for more information.

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