(Photo L-R) Tamie Williams (Central Okanagan Food Bank) Alexa Monahan (Nature’s Fare Markets) Tammie Watson (Central Okanagan Food Bank)

Central Okanagan Food Bank focus of generosity

Money for the food bank

Alexa Monahan of Nature’s Fare Markets presented a $15,600 donation to the Central Okanagan Food Bank this week.

“We love the food bank because it’s such an important part of the community,” said Monahan. “We want food security for people in our community.”

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The Central Okanagan Community Food Bank is dedicated to providing much needed food and support to those living in Kelowna and West Kelowna.

Many families struggle to make ends meet and children suffer the most. Thirty-three per cent of our clients are children under the age of 15.

The Central Okanagan Food Bank is a member of Food Banks Canada, Food Banks BC, the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Westside Board of Trade. They are an incorporated society, registered charity and are governed by an elected Board of Directors.

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