Another successful year for Stuff A Cruiser


2023-12-05 13:03 PST

The Quesnel RCMP would like to thank the people and businesses for their support in the Stuff a Cruiser Campaign.

On December 2 and 3, 2023, The Quesnel RCMP held the 4th Annual Stuff a Cruiser Campaign in the Walmart parking lot in Quesnel. Local police officers, along with several volunteers accepted donations of non-perishable food, clothing, toys, pet food and cash to support the local Food Banks, Big Brothers and Big Sisters and Senior’s Voice Society.

Two police officers in red serge stand by donation table with Stuff A Cruiser sign. 

Four police officers standing with Santa, an elf and a man donating items

A police officer in red serge, a police officer in uniform, Santa Clause and a helper unloading donated items

The Stuff a Cruiser Campaign raised:
- $3286.65 in cash;
- $1640.00 in gift cards;
- 3990 pounds of food, toys and pet food.

This year was another big success, said Sgt. Clay Kronebusch. The donations this year exceeded those of last years event. This would not have been possible without the generous donations from community.

The Quesnel RCMP would like to thank Walmart for the use of their lot, Active Rent-All who donated the use of an enclosed trailer along with a large donation of items, the RCMP staff and community volunteers that donated their time to help with the event and all those who assisted with donations.

Released by:

Sgt. Clay Kronebusch
Media Relations Officer
Quesnel RCMP
584 Carson Ave Quesnel BC V2J 2B5
Office: 250-992-9211


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