West Kelowna firefighters picking up food donations

Watch for firefighters in your neighbourhood to make your donation.

The holidays are a time of great need for West Kelowna’s local food bank and the thousands of non-perishable items collected during the Christmas season can keep the shelves full right through the winter.

West Kelowna Fire Rescue members are volunteering their time to go door to door throughout the community collecting donations for the Westside Community Food Bank. Firefighters will be collecting donations on the following two days:

Tuesday, December 2, 6 to 9 p.m

Wednesday, December 3, 6 to 9 p.m.

Watch for firefighters in your neighbourhood to make your donation. Donations for the Westside Community Food Bank can also be dropped off at Fire Station 31, 3651 Old Okanagan Highway, or Fire Station 32, 2708 Olalla Road at any time.

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