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Senior Account Manager Ravi Duhra (left) and Branch Manager Jacky Gill (right) presented SOS Children
Senior Account Manager Ravi Duhra (left) and Branch Manager Jacky Gill (right) presented SOS Children's Village BC executive director Nicole Minions (centre) with a $2,000 donation
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Staff from the RBC Strawberry Hill branch in Surrey and their family members volunteered a day of power washing, carpet cleaning and gardening for SOS Children’s Village BC, which is headquartered in Cloverdale.

SOS Children’s Village BC provides programs such as therapy services, education, arts and camps for foster children and vulnerable youth in Surrey, Langley and North Delta.

Earlier this month the RBC branch, represented by Senior Account Manager Ravi Duhra and Branch Manager Jacky Gill, also presented executive director Nicole Minions with a $2,000 donation.

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