CBC joins 2015 edition of Quebec City Community Christmas Hamper Campaign

CBC Radio One in Quebec City is a proud partner of the Community Christmas Hamper Campaign.

Donate to Quebec City's Community Christmas Hamper this holiday season

CBC Radio One in Quebec City is a proud partner of the Community Christmas Hamper Campaign. The campaign is bringing the English-speaking community together for its 20th year.

Until Dec. 11, CBC will be collecting non-perishable food donations at the CBC office (888 St-Jean Street). For more on how to donate or volunteer, visit the campaign website.    

Save the dates:

The Community Christmas Hamper Campaign is accepting food donations until Dec. 13 and monetary donations until Dec. 19.

Wednesday, Dec. 2 (5–7 p.m.)

Holiday Happy Hour with the Voice of English-speaking Quebec at the Morrin Center (44 Chaussée des Écossais). Canned food entrance fee and other proceeds go to the hampers.

Saturday, Dec. 5 (9:30 a.m.)

Join Mom's Night Out and Be Active Quebec for a children's Christmas party at the Jeffrey Hale Hospital's Coin Soleil Room (1250 Ste-Foy Road). Canned food entrance fee. Bring a $5 Christmas gift with your child's name.

Thursday, Dec. 10 (12 p.m.)

International Luncheon at the Eastern Québec Learning Centre (3005 William Stuart Street).

This year's theme: Russian food! Entrance fee is $13.

Dec. 16 – 19

Picking up, sorting and packing of Christmas food hampers at the Eastern Québec Learning Centre. Sign up to volunteer!

CBC staff in Quebec City are collecting donations for the Community Christmas Hamper Campaign at the CBC Radio office on rue St-Jean. (CBC)

Some highlights from last year:


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