Pictured left to right: Greg Silvey of the Salvation Army, Michelle Bryant-Gravelle of Ridley Terminals, and Lisa Marogna of Ridley Terminals. The cheque and food were presented to the Salvation Army on Thurs, Dec. 13 (Submitted by Ridley Terminals)

Ridley Terminals staff fill an office cubicle with donations

Ridley Terminals Inc. donated food, toys and $10, 000 to the Salvation Army

Ridley Terminal partnered up with the Salvation Army this holiday season, donating food, toys and money to children in need.

Employees at Ridley Terminal Inc. did a toy and canned food drive over the past few weeks, gathering up enough food and toys to fill an office cubicle.

On top of that, the company donated a cheque for $10, 000 to the Salvation Army to help families in need over the holiday season. Greg Silvey of the Salvation Army accepted the donations from Michelle Bryant Gravelle and Lisa Marogna last Thursday, Dec. 13.

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