Enjoy cookie decorating and get your photo with Santa at Coldwell Banker’s Furry Paws for Santa Claus Holiday Fundraiser on Dec. 14. (Stock photo)

Give back to the BCSPCA this holiday season with Coldwell Banker

The Furry Paws for Santa Claus Holiday Fundraiser runs on Dec. 14

Coldwell Banker Okanagan Realty is bringing Christmas cheer to the animals supported through the BCSPCA through its Furry Paws for Santa Claus Holiday Fundraiser.

Bring your family to their Main Street location on Dec. 14 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for cookie decorating and pictures with Santa.

READ MORE: South Okanaga SPCA receives over $21,000 from Penticton fundraiser

As payment, the Coldwell Banker team is accepting wish list items for the BCSPCA: large recycling and garbage bags, computer paper, canned cat and dog food, XL Kongs, cleaning supplies, office supplies, Staples gift card, Ziplock bags, store gift cards, Canadian Tire money, hand soap, postage stamps and Kuranda cat and dog beds.

Unfortunately, pillows, down-filled comforters and sleeping bags will not be accepted.

For more information about Coldwell Banker’s Furry Paws for Santa Claus Holiday Fundraiser, visit the Facebook event page.

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