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Turning lemons into $24K in support of JoeAnna's House in Kelowna

The fundraiser saw 60 stands set up across B.C.
Maddox and Daxton sell lemonade to their principal at their stand for Good Lemonade Day 2024.

The annual Good Lemonade Day was a success again the third time around. 

Supporting JoeAnna's House in Kelowna, the June 8 fundraiser saw 60 stands across 18 B.C. communities and collected a total of $24,197. 

The day was created to help get kids involved in philanthropy.

A mother of one of the participating families, Niki Randall, said, “Our kiddos, Maddox and Gracie, partnered up with our neighbours, Daxton and Kinley, to create Sunny Sips Lemonade Stand. We are so incredibly proud of all of the work they did including promoting the stand to neighbours, friends and family. We are also so incredibly grateful to all of the generous donors that showed up for a fresh glass of lemonade and helped the stand to raise a total of $963”

Each stand was provided with a starter pack of supplies, two t-shirts, signage, balloons, and lemonade mix. 

The province-wide fundraiser smashed its goal of $20,000. 


Brittany Webster

About the Author: Brittany Webster

I am a video journalist based in Kelowna and capturing life in the Okanagan
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