Donation Fund: Donations are being accepted for Brent James who was seriously hurt in a car accident on Sept. 5. He is in Vancouver hospital and paralyzed from the chest down. The donations would help keep his rent and bills paid so he has somewhere to come home to and continue to call home. You can donate at any Bank of Nova Scotia or Scotia Bank to Account name: Margaret Brix in trust for Brent James.

Donation Fund

Donations are being accepted for Brent James who was seriously hurt in a car accident on Sept. 5. He is in Vancouver hospital and paralyzed from the chest down. The donations would help keep his rent and bills paid so he has somewhere to come home to and continue to call home. You can donate at any Bank of Nova Scotia or Scotia Bank to Account name: Margaret Brix in trust for Brent James.

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