A donation is made to The Moose's Stuff the Truck campaign at Bulkley Valley Wholesale. Braving the cold are (left to right) Moose's Marieke de Jonge and Alissa Angel

Stuff the Truck for Salvation Army

The Moose is collecting toys and non-perishables outside Bulkley Valley Wholesale for the Salvation Army.

DJs and staff from local radio station The Moose are braving the freezing temperatures to help bring toys and food to those in need.

They are outside Bulkley Valley Wholesale in Smithers from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday to ‘Stuff the Truck’ for the Bulkley Valley’s Salvation Army.

Also at BV Wholesale, the local figure skating club will be selling trees to help raise funds for the club during the day Saturday.

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