Members of the Valley First team volunteering at Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers in Penticton earlier this month as part of the 2016 Make a Difference Days.

Penticton volunteers are making a difference, once soup bowl at a time

Members of the Valley First team volunteered to make batches of soup as part of Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers at Brodo Kitchen.

Earlier this month, members of the Valley First team in Penticton volunteered to make batches of soup as part of Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers at Brodo Kitchen.

Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers is a non-profit charitable social enterprise dedicated to providing comfort to women, children and youth through the making, sharing and donating of soup.

Read more: Soup Sisters serve up a menu with soul in Penticton

The Valley First team participated as part of this year’s Make a Difference Days, a two week-long volunteer service event where employees spend time working alongside local non-profits and helping to fulfill project and volunteer needs in the community.

This year, more than 75 employees at Valley First and Enderby & District regions participated in our Make a Difference Days and supported more than 12 community projects throughout five communities.

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