Drive your community forward!
This year's event, presented by Total Restoration Services - North Okanagan-Shuswap, will feature another exciting Drive-Thru experience with handouts, Tim Horton's coffee & treats, a breakfast bag packed with delicious food, plus coupons, and amazing grand prizes hidden in the bags, one of them being a Golden Ticket of $1,000 to invest with Valley First. Due to the pandemic, all the health and safety protocols will be in place.
All donations stay local and support close to 20+ charities and other initiatives that serve the needs of vulnerable children, youth, families and seniors in our region. You'll have the opportunity to give back to your community and receive a special breakfast for it.
UWBC – Southern Interior Region has been supporting people throughout the pandemic. Still, because of increased pressure on services, we need help more than ever – and we can't do it alone. Please, join us. United, we are stronger.
Your breakfast could be worth $1,000!
Valley First, a division of First West Credit Union, is giving away a $1000 prize.* Check your breakfast bag for the GOLDEN TICKET from Valley First.
* Some terms and conditions apply. Click on this link to know more.
Thanks to our presenting sponsor
Total Restoration - North Okanagan Shuswap region
Valley First - a division of First West Credit Union
Vernon Prestige Lodge
Back to Earth
Coca - Cola
Beach Radio 107.5
Pure Country 105.7
Vernon Morning Star
United Way British Columbia serves communities across the Okanagan, Columbia, Shuswap and Similkameen – from Salmon Arm and Revelstoke in the North, through Vernon, Lumby, Enderby, Falkland, to Lake Country, Kelowna, West Kelowna and Peachland, and south to Penticton, Oliver, Osoyoos and over to Keremeos and Princeton.
Money raised in your community, stays in your community.
Our mission is to improve lives and build community by engaging individuals and mobilizing collective action. The United Way invests time and resources in three focus areas that support all that kids can be, move people from poverty to possibility and build healthy, strong communities.
For more information, visit uwbc.ca or call 1-855-232-1321.