Const. Seanan Sharp of the Revelstoke RCMP

Helping cops help kids

Const. Seanan Sharp of the Revelstoke RCMP, (with his son Caleb) accepts a $150 donation for Cops for Kids from the Revelstoke RBC.

Const. Seanan Sharp of the Revelstoke RCMP, (with his son Caleb) accepts a $150 donation from Brenda Goodman and Karen Ball of the Revelstoke RBC.

Sharp will be taking part in the annual Cops for Kids charity bike ride around southeast B.C. from Sept. 6–16. RBC is a corporate sponsor of the ride and the local branch is making Cops for Kids it’s charity of the month for August. Sharp also raised $136 selling popcorn outside the Revelstoke Credit Union and he is considering other fundraisers before the ride.

Cops for Kids is a charity supported by members of the RCMP in southeastern B.C. that aims to support children that are in medical, physical or traumatic crisis.

You can make a donation to Sharp by visiting the Cops for Kids website by going to his personal page on the list or riders taking part in the charity ride.

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