Members of the HEROS (Helping Everyone Respect Our Society) club at Surrey's K.B. Woodward Elementary raised $500 for the Surrey Food Bank.

HEROS club helps Surrey Food Bank

Students at K.B. Woodward Elementary raise dollars for charity.

  • Feb. 28, 2014 6:00 p.m.

The HEROS club at K.B. Woodward Elementary has raised $500 for the Surrey Food Bank.

The money was raised through the sale of bracelets.

Pictured from left are students Mohamed Abdi, Jean Carlos Bonilla Canpo and Keren Chen, with Sukh Shergill, manager at Surrey School District’s Community-Schools Partnership department, ROOTS outreach worker Diaz Kambere and K.B. Woodward principal Angelo Morelli and Kuldip K. Ardawa, a community partnership coordinator with Surrey Food Bank.

“HEROS stands for Helping Everyone Respect Our Society and we are going to be doing so by doing random acts of kindness throughout our community,” said Shergill.

 

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