From left to right: John Rankin, manager at the Salvation Army Penticton Community Food Bank, from Valley First Michelyn Pruden, Mackenzie Rangers and Meaghan Racine. Submitted photo

Valley First donation to Penticton Salvation Army

Penticton’s three Valley First locations raised funds for the Salvation Army

Penticton’s three Valley First locations raised $9,750 in support of Feed the Valley.

These dollars went directly to the Penticton Salvation Army Food Bank, where they can purchase up to 29,250 meals for those in need.

Related: Feed the Valley scores with the Penticton Vees

The Valley First sponsored program,raises food, funds and awareness for local food banks in the Okanagan, Similkameen and Thompson Valleys.

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