The Ahousaht First Nation made the trek down the island, collecting donations as they went, and brought hundreds of items for those experiencing homelessness in Greater Victoria.

A convoy of caring – about 50 vehicles stocked with food and clothing – arrived at Our Place in downtown Victoria Friday. Leading the way were members of the Ahousaht First Nation, based at Clay-oquot Sound, who packed up donations at home and added many more as they made their way south.

Read the article: Ahousaht First Nation brings convoy of food for Victoria’s homeless

Source: Times Colonist

Author: Jeff Bell

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