White Spot Penticton owner Al Mansfield (centre) and staff Kirsten VanSteinburg (left) and Manon Blanchard (right) during a recent Pirate Pak Day. Mansfield has made the Penticton restaurant one of the foremost community sponsors for the upcoming Kidney Walk. Western News file photo

Penticton business owner pledges support to the Kidney Walk

The Penticton restaurant will be donate $2.00 per entree served on Sept. 23 to the Kidney Foundation

The Kidney Foundation and Penticton Kidney Walk team have announced White Spot – Penticton as their newest significant community sponsor.

Al Mansfield, owner of the Penticton restaurant, has committed to the highest level of the community sponsorship package offered by the foundation. In addition, he has pledged $2.00 from every entree ordered on the day of the walk, Sept. 23.

Related: Kidney Walk returns to support those affected by kidney disease

The White Spot head office has agreed to match every dollar raised by the restaurant chain’s Penticon location. The upcoming Kidney Walk and the Kidney Foundation in general are important to Mansfield due to the fact that his wife recently received a kidney through organ donation.

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