This local entrepreneur and philanthropist has made a major contribution to a local boy’s battle with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. John Brink has committed to matching the next $10 thousand that is donated to the Rally for Brody GoFundMe. Way to go!
This local organization is broadcasting live on February 28th to raise money for the local community! Tune in to Prince George LIVE! on CKPG-TV and don’t forget to donate to help the Community Foundation reach its $50 thousand dollar goal.
This great local business shows it cares about its environmental impact by reducing the amount of trash it sends to the landfill. It’s bottle recycling program saw nearly 8,500 bottles returned in 2019 and nearly 13,000 in 2020!
Home Depot’s Orange Door Project raised nearly $5000 in Prince George this December. The project aims to put an end to youth homelessness by supporting vulnerable and at-risk youth.
The local BCHL team is offering a camp this February for girls interested in hockey! Coaches and players will help facilitate the sessions taking place at the Rolling Mix Concrete Arena every Sunday in February. For more information click here.
This beloved local event adapted to provincial regulations and is offering a different way to celebrate local breweries and give back to the community in 2021! Enjoy Kiwanis AleFest at home by purchasing the exclusive 8 pack of brand new craft beers. Partial proceeds will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House.
This local institution is helping to support families this holiday season! The CVTC donated $25,000 to the Salvation Army, as the demand for the organization continues to grow in our community.
This year’s Celebration of Lights has been made into a drive thru event to ensure COVID-19 regulations are being followed! For more information, check out the Central BC Railway and Forestry Museum’s event on Facebook.
A partnership between Upnorth Experience & Hearts of PG has resulted in a $700 donation to the PG Council of Seniors! 5 dollars from the sale of each handmade tree ornament was donated to help seniors with hampers, meals and more.
This local fast food chain hosted Whoppers for Seniors December 11-13th. A dollar from every Whopper sold was donated to the Simon Fraser Lodge to purchase Christmas gifts for the residents!
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