Category: Shout-Outs

The Makerie

This new business raised more than $1700 to support the local Legion branch! Customers were able to craft their own poppies with 75% of the proceeds from the project going to the Royal Canadian Legion.

Ridgeline Corp.

This local business was named the 2020 Business of the Year at the Prince George Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards! Congratulations from the team at Support PG, we thank you for your hard work and dedication to the local community.

Candy Cruise Prince George

A handful of local businesses jumped on board to bring the first annual Candy Cruise to life! Shout out to all of those who helped to make this event possible. More than 22 thousand people participated in this year’s event.

Island Cache Stone Company

Island Cache Stone Company helped out a local non-profit by donating a truckload of mulch to refresh the appearance of the Central BC Railway and Forestry museum!

Betulla Burning/CrossRoads Brewing

Betulla Burning and CrossRoads Brewing & Distillery were BOTH named the winners of this year’s Big Squeeze competition! Together, the restaurants raised more than $1500 for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern BC!

Celtic Reforestation Services

This generous local business donated truckloads of food items to Guru Nanak Free Food Langar on Victoria Street to help feed those in need of a warm meal! Way to go!

Prince George Hospice Society

This local organization recently kicked off its 10th annual Dream Home Lottery. The Lottery helps raise money for Hospice and allows the society to continue offering an excellent level of care. To find out more about the Dream Home Lottery visit its website.

Northland Hyundai

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.

Relay for Life

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.

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