'Everybody smiles:' Donation drive combats senior isolation during holiday season

  Edmonton Journal 

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When an Edmonton group started soliciting donations for gifts for isolated and low-income seniors five years ago, their goal was to give Christmas presents to 40 disadvantaged seniors. But support far outpaced expectations, as community members bought around 500 gifts for Stocking Stuffers for Seniors that year. Half a decade down the line, the scope […]

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