The Red Deer Charity Checkstop runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Taylor Drive just North of 32nd St. on Saturday. Donation of money, toys and food are accepted. Robin Grant/Red Deer Express

Cars line up to donate to Charity Checkstop

Checkstop in support of Women’s Outreach, Red Deer Christmas Bureau, M.A.D.D and Red Deer Food Bank

Red Deer’s Charity Checkstop took place Saturday on Taylor Dr. just North of 32nd St. until 4 p.m.

All donations of money, toys and food go to the Women’s Outreach Adopt a Family program, Red Deer Christmas Bureau, M.A.D.D and Red Deer Food Bank.

As of Saturday afternoon around 1 p.m., the Charity Checkstop raised a total of $6,416.

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