The New Westminster Firefighters' Charitable Society invites Royal City residents to drop by its annual tree-chipping event - even if they don't have a tree.
Individuals in the community are feeling tough economic times - and those same economic hardships are impacting non-profit organizations that help make our community a better place to live. New Westminster is fortunate to be home to all sorts of non-profit organizations that help on numerous fronts, including the homeless, youth, and those recovering from injuries and addictions.
Judith Guichon, lieutenant-governor of British Columbia, will help The Royal Westminster Regiment kick off 2013.
Westminster House is inviting Royal City residents to attend its first Community Day.
Firefighters and hospital employees recently showed support for each other's efforts.
The Royal City Pride Society is lending a helping hand to some of the city's less fortunate folks.
While the funds raised at a recent shred-athon are still being tallied, there's little doubt the event was a success.
The New Westminster Firefighters' Charitable Society will be shredding up a storm at their third annual shred-a-fest.
Royal City residents can help out their fellow citizens by supporting the New Westminster Firefighters Charitable Society's annual tree-chipping event.
Kirstin Shaw's mood has varied from shock to "let's get it fixed" mode since her family's home was damaged by fire Friday.
Those were the words that launched The Record's first Guide to Giving back in 1996, and those words are still true today.
New Westminster Family Place is in need of toy donations for its upcoming Christmas parties.
Local families with young children are invited to celebrate National Child Day.