Keian’s Holiday Wish Toy Drive: Help Burnaby RCMP support sick kids this holiday season

Burnaby

2022-11-23 14:03 PST

Burnaby RCMP is proud to carry on the legacy of Keian Blundell this holiday season, by collecting donations to support sick children in our community as part of Keian’s Holiday Wish Toy Drive.

Keian passed away in 2014 at just six-years-old after bravely battling cancer, but he made a big impact in his short life. Burnaby RCMP continues to honour Keian’s wish of sharing love and joy with children facing life-threatening illnesses by continuing his tradition of collecting donations for BC Children’s Hospital and Canuck Place Children’s Hospice.

Every year as we head into the holiday season, Burnaby RCMP reflects on Keian’s legacy of giving and brightening the lives of others. This toy drive allows us to honour Keian’s wish, as we support sick kids and their families thanks to the generosity of our community, said Cpl. Laura Hirst with Burnaby RCMP.

Burnaby RCMP will be collecting donations of new, unwrapped toys, as well as cash and gift cards during three upcoming events in Burnaby:

Burnaby RCMP will also have a box set up to accept donations at the Metrotown Toys "R" Us between November 25 and December 8.

In addition, donations can also be dropped off during regular business hours at Burnaby RCMP’s main detachment and Community Police Offices. Click here to see locations.

For more information on Keian’s Holiday Wish Toy drive, see details on Facebook. Keian’s family has also set up an Amazon Wish List for those who may prefer to donate online.

Five police officers wearing uniforms stand in a toy store near a Christmas tree with toys in front of them

Burnaby RCMP
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Office: 604-646-9900

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