Rick McChesney and Bob McMeekin present Salavation Army Lieutenant Sabrina Silvey with a $2,445.57 donation from Cooks Jewellers as a part of their Charity Angels program. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

Charity Angels for the Salvation Army

Cooks Jewellers donates $2445.57 to the Salvation Army as a part of its Charity Angels program

Rick McChesney and Bob McMeekin present Salavation Army Lieutenant Sabrina Silvey with a $2,445.57 donation from Cook’s Jewellers as a part of their Charity Angels program.

Throughout the year, customers have an opportunity to contribute to the Charity Angels program by donating $29 when they make a purchase, the proceeds from which are donated to the local salvation army.

Cooks Jewellers has raised approximately $70,000 over the 12 years the program has existed.

READ MORE: Cook’s Jewellers money tree winner for 2017



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