Gratitude during a trying time

The family of a sick Surrey child thanks the community for their kindness and generosity.

Surrey’s Alivia Code

We would like to thank everyone from the bottom of our hearts for all the kind words, prayers and contributions that you have given to our family and especially for Alivia, our little girl. (“A benefit to help Alivia,” The Leader, June 25).

We have been going through a very trying time in our lives and it has warmed our hearts to find out that so many people have supported us and have enabled us to be together as a family.

Thank you to everyone who helped organize the auction and benefit for Alivia – to all of you who attended the event, the many businesses and individual people who so graciously donated items for the auction and draws, Jimy Mac’s Pub for the use of their facility and donations, and the different media organizations who broadcasted and wrote about our situation.

You all have our deepest gratitude for your kindness and generosity. Thank you.


Alivia, Ambre and Michael Code


Surrey North Delta Leader

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