VANCOUVER, Nov. 24, 2014 /CNW/ - Imperial Parking Canada Corporation ("Impark") announced today it is offering a one-day, 4 hour event during which anyone in Vancouver who has an unpaid Impark parking violation notice can have it waived by making a toy donation of equal value to The Salvation Army in support of families in need this Christmas.
On Thursday, November 27th, Impark will be accepting new, unused and unwrapped toys, and in exchange, the donor's unpaid parking violation notice will be waived. A single toy donated will waive a single unpaid violation notice. Those with multiple unpaid violations will need to bring an equal number of toys to match the number of Impark parking violation notices they would like waived.
Donors must bring a copy of their violation notice(s), statement(s) or their license plate number in order to ensure proper credit of their account.
Impark will be accepting toy donations between 7am and 11am on Thursday at the Salvation Army Belkin House, 555 Homer Street, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Specific toy and gift needs include, but are not limited to; puzzles, books, gift cards (for movies, retail, iTunes, etc.), sports equipment, and Lego. Gifts appropriate for teens are particularly appreciated.
|Where:||The Salvation Army Belkin House|
|555 Homer Street (between Dunsmuir and Pender) in Vancouver|
|When:||November 27th between 7am ‐ 11am|
Impark is the largest parking operator in Canada and one of the four largest in North America. Impark currently operates more than 2,400 parking locations comprising over 500,000 parking spaces in Canada and the United States. Impark's headquarters are in Vancouver, and the city is home to almost 600 employees. Impark operates approximately 550 parking facilities throughout British Columbia. For further information on Impark visit www.impark.com
About The Salvation Army:
The Salvation Army is an international Christian organization that began its work in Canada in 1882 and has grown to become the largest non‐governmental direct provider of social services in the country. The Salvation Army gives hope and support to vulnerable people today and every day in 400 communities across Canada and more than 120 countries around the world. The Salvation Army offers practical assistance for children and families, often tending to the basic necessities of life, providing shelter for homeless people and rehabilitation for people who have lost control of their lives to an addiction. When you give to The Salvation Army, you are investing in the future of marginalized and overlooked people in your community.
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