Firefighters charitable society, North Van haunted house purveyors team up to support Burn Fund

Trevor Watson and Jodie Blank dedicate hundreds of hours every year to transform their home into a “terrifying” haunted house. This year their Edgemont Haunt, located on Emerald Drive, raised $11,125 for the B.C. Burn Fund.

The District of North Vancouver Firefighters Charitable Society is kicking in another $5,000, bringing the total raised by the two parties to more than $16,000.

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The donation will officially be made during the opening night of Bright Nights in Stanley Park on Nov. 27.

The B.C. Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund provides life-saving, life-supporting, and life-enriching services to children and adults from around the province who are admitted to the burn, trauma and plastics units at Vancouver General Hospital and BC Children’s Hospital suffering serious trauma, according to the organization’s website.


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