Humboldt Broncos T-shirt fundraiser in Penticton

Sherwood Trophies and Sherwood Signs and Graphics Ltd. are holding a T-shirt fundraise

Sherwood Trophies and Sherwood Signs and Graphics Ltd. are holding a T-shirt fundraiser to support the families and the community of Humboldt.

The “Broncos Strong” T-shirts, and decals, are available for sale by donation. They are suggesting a minimum donation of $15.

The owners of the two stores are donating 100 per cent of the costs and the staff is volunteering all production time to the cause. The funds will be sent to the Humboldt Broncos Association.

Due to a large response, Sherwood Trophies will be selling the shirts at noon on Thursday, April 12 and they ask that those wanting to make a purchase to bring cash.

IGA Penticton will also be on site to host a barbecue with all the money collected being donated to the same cause.


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