Pictured are (starting from far left) Greta Henning, Sue Blackwell and Aidan Mayes of Quota Internationalof Penticton alongside (children’s names – Lily (yellow dress), Gia and Brooke) and Manisha Willms, executive director of OSNS.

Pictured are (starting from far left) Greta Henning, Sue Blackwell and Aidan Mayes of Quota Internationalof Penticton alongside (children’s names – Lily (yellow dress), Gia and Brooke) and Manisha Willms, executive director of OSNS.

Donation made to Penticton’s OSNS child centre in honour of founding member

Quota International of Penticton made a $5,000 donation in honour of the late Joy Pinney

As a consistent supporter of the OSNS Child and Youth Development Centre, Quota International of Penticton has come through again donating $5000 to the Penticton-based organization.

Quota International of Penticton has been a long-time supporter of the OSNS and consistent with their mission of elevating life for children with special needs, the group once again made a much-needed donation to the Centre.

This donation is particularly poignant as it was made in honour of founding member Joy Pinney who sadly passed away earlier this year, said Janet Glowa, executive assistant at OSNS.

The OSNS Child and Youth Development Centre is teeing up a new fundraising event set to take place this September.

The OSNS, in partnership with Fairview Mountain Golf Club in Oliver, has announced their inaugural charity golf tournament taking place on Friday, Sept 3.

To register yourself or your team go to osns.org.

READ MORE: OSNS golf tournament to help the kids

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