Event Notice: “Op: Help the Less Fortunate” is Holding their Next “Free Street Store” for the Less Fortunate

A group of Anonymous Edmontonians are holding one of their bi-monthly “Free Street Stores” this Sunday.

EDMONTON — Help us spread the word about Operation Help the Less Fortunate’s upcoming event to help feed some of our city’s less fortunate population.

The event is taking place outside, at 9510 105 Avenue here in Edmonton and takes place on Sunday, September 18th from 1:30 PM until 4:30 PM.

Before diving into this article, feel free to read our article from July explaining all about the Edmonton group OP: Help the Less Fortunate.

Anonymous Edmonton holds one of these Free Street Stores every two months with the help of volunteers and donations by the general public.

Unfortunately, during their last event, it had began pouring. Thankfully however, people stuck around, and people continued to come throughout the rain. A little rain has never hurt anyway.

Care to help?

If you wish to help the group out with monetary donations, you are more than welcome to visit their gofundme page and do so.


You can also show up to any of their planned events and help out physically or bring extra foods as well.

Take a look at their official Facebook event page here.

This comes just one day after Earth Angel’s Picnic in the Park.

ANOTHER ARTICLE:  The City of Edmonton Announced "Free Admission Day" for September 25th

From ETN to you, Anonymous Edmonton: Thank you for everything that you do for Edmonton’s less fortunate population.


Jody Mitoma

Founder of Edmonton Talks News.

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