Hundreds of cars lined up at the Moncton Coliseum in December 2009 creating a zig-zagging line around the parking lot to deliver food boxes to Moncton families for Moncton Headstart. Volunteer delivery drivers waited in their cars to reach the entrance of the Moncton Colliseum where firemen were directing traffic, while Harrison Trimble students and other volunteers loaded the cars and sent them on their way! The process was extremely well organized and executed!
Thank you to all the volunteers, to Moncton Headstart, and the delivery drivers for supporting such a wonderful program that directly impacts our local community! I'm sure that they made Christmas a special time for many families.
One of the many lines of cars waiting to deliver boxes.
Jan with Harrison Trimble student discussing the positive impact the program has for families of Greater Moncton.