Orchard Ford to fill trucks for Fort Mac relief

Help fill a few trucks with donations to support Fort McMurray residents burned out of their homes.

The staff and management at Orchard Ford are reaching out to the Kelowna community to help them work together to fill a few trucks with donations to support the Fort McMurray Fire Relief Fund.

The team at Orchard Ford asks that anyone who would like to help them help those affected, to please drop off all donations at the Orchard Ford dealership, at 911 Stremel Rd. and Hwy. 97 in Kelowna.

Orchard Ford will also be donating $100 from every vehicle sold this weekend, May 7 and 8, towards the Fort McMurray Fire Relief Fund, and is challenging other dealerships to do the same.





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