This business partnered with Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation to bring joy to patients in care during the pandemic. Northland Hyundai was the drop off location for handmade letters, poems, and cards for the Spirit of Caring for Others program. Each letter was delivered to someone in care.
Despite having to cancel the in-person event, the Prince George Relay for Life successfully raised more than $100,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society. The relay was swapped for a virtual event this year, but that didn’t stop teams from relaying at home. Donations are still being accepted until August. For more information, visit its website.
This great local business donated nearly $1000 to the Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation from its Pandemic Project promotion. Van Horlick’s created hug mugs, love mugs, and difference maker mugs, and donated $5 of every sale to the Spirit of the North COVID Relief Fund. Way to go!
All-West Glass is offering sleek and stylish protective shields for businesses to keep their staff and customers safe. The permanent shields are modern, easy to disinfect, and available at all All-West Glass locations. Check out its website for more information.
Is selling funky Prince George themed non-medical face masks to keep residents safe during this time! The masks come in several sizes and have three designs to choose from. To find out how to order yours, visit The Exploration Place website.
Rolled out a new hand sanitizer program last month! The essential item is made in-house to help first response agencies, emergency management organizations, not for profits, health organizations, and charities. For more information visit its website
This wonderful local business is helping to make grad 2020 a memorable one for high school students in Prince George. Focal Point Studios has attended valedictory ceremonies at Vanier Hall this month to ensure graduates have high quality images to look back on. Check out Focal Point Studios website to book your own photoshoot.
Grad ceremonies are being done differently this year thanks to Russell Audio-Visual. As gatherings of more than 50 people are not permitted in BC, Russell Audio-Visual is creating special valedictory ceremony videos for each high school in Prince George to ensure 2020 graduates will get their cap and gown experience. For more information on this great business, visit its website.
Has reopened its doors for clients after being closed to the public for two months! The team is offering discounts on safety glasses for Northern Health employees to thank them for their contributions during this time. For more information on this great local business, check out the Savers Optical website.
Staff have been giving back to the community by volunteering for Meals on Wheels. The program was experiencing a drop in volunteers due to COVID-19 so the Prince George Airport Authority committed to volunteering on a weekly basis during the pandemic. To find out more about Meals on Wheels and how you can get involved visit the Prince George Council of Seniors website.
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