The Campbell River No. 2 firefighters donated $2,000 to the Hillier family to help get Theoren Hillier to Disneyland.

Campbell River firefighters are there for Theoren

It’s always good to have firefighters on your side and the No. 2 Hall firefighters have got Theoren Hillier’s back.

The youngster was recently diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy and a fundraising effort has been launched to get he and his family to Disneyland next year. Well, the No. 2 Fire Hall Association said they can help with that and donated $2,000 to the effort.

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