Shoppers Drug Mart donates to the Penticton District Hospice Society

Nearly $5000 raised through donations by customers at the Penticton Shoppers Drug Mart

Shannon Crawford (left) the owner of the Shoppers Drug Mart in Penticton and Andrea Gallamore (right), the head cashier, present the cheque to Catey Brenton, the administrator of the Penticton & District Hospice Society. Submitted Image

Shoppers Drug Mart and their customers are giving back to the community through a donation to the Penticton & District Hospice Society.

The Penticton Shoppers Drug Mart raised close to $5000 in funds through donations made by customers at the store. The donation goes to help residents of the Hospice House and those on the palliative care program to live more comfortably.

To report a typo, email: editor@pentictonwesternnews.com.


@PentictonNews
newstips@pentictonwesternnews.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Just Posted

Town taps emergency funds to repair museum roof

The municipality is tapping emergency funds to repair the roof of the… Continue reading

Many memories tied to Princeton’s founding family

Art Martens livingsignificantly.ca When four Elders from the Lower Similkameen Indian Band… Continue reading

Grey, damp, warm week ahead in Okanagan, Shuswap, Columbia

Environment Canada calling for clouds and showers, and warm temperatures, throughout the area

Princeton woman honored for helping make town inclusive

“I believe everyone should be included and supported and able to contribute.”… Continue reading

Election 2019: Robert Mellalieu — Green Party candidate for Central Okanagan-Similkameen-Nicola

Robert Mellalieu is running for the Green Party in Central Okanagan-Similkameen-Nicola

Canadian Snowbirds plane crashes before air show in Atlanta

Pilot lands safely after ejecting from jet

Share crash data, private insurers tell David Eby, ICBC

B.C. monopoly makes drivers retrieve their own records

B.C. VIEWS: Wolf kill, not backcountry bans, saving caribou

B.C.’s largest herds turn the corner from extinction

Boats once plied Okanagan Lake

Lake was used as transportation corridor connecting communities in the valley

Pearson nets shootout winner as Canucks clip Flyers 3-2

Vancouver picks up second straight home win

Map on Elections Canada website sends Nanaimo-Ladysmith voters to landfill

Address for polling station correct, but Google Map address differs

BC Children’s Hospital launches 2 new virtual care sites bringing total to 19 across province

Provincial initiative allows pediatric patients to see health specialists through video

Most Read