8 year old Sydney McNeill making her donation for the Flood Relief. Photo by Andrew Nakonechny
The donations are coming in for flood relief and it's great to see our youth wanting to get involved and help.

This week, 8 year old Sydney McNeill heard the message about the need for supplies and said right away to her parents that she wanted to make a donation.  So she brought in to our studio a $50 gift card.

Emily and William are setting up a table at this week's Farmer's Market, selling bracelets that Emily made, for $2.  All the money will be used to purchase supplies needed for the Flood Relief.

Get inspired by these local kids.  Donation boxes are setup at Home Hardware, Safeway, Tantalize Tanning Studio and your Mix 107.9 studio.

Here is the list of items of need:

Safety Gear and Supplies:
N95 Masks
Work Gloves
Rubber Gloves
Safety Glasses/Goggles
Work Boots
Rubber Boots

Tools & Supplies:
Crowbars
Hammers
Box Knives/Utility Knives
Mold Spray
Power Washers
Shop Vacs
Mobile Hand Washing Stations (soap/water)
Cleaning Supplies

Food:
All Non-Perishable Food
Gatorade or Sports Drinks
Granola Bars (non-melting)

Medical Supplies:
Hand Sanitizer
Band-aids Bandages
Sunscreen
Bug Spray

Misc:
Gift Cards (Canadian Tire, Home Depot, Tim Hortons)
Diapers
Baby Wipes
Formula

Thank you again to Ainsley and Aylisa for starting up this local flood relief supply drive!  Hear their story on fortsaskonline.com here.

Aylisa shared pictures from their time volunteering in Calgary.