Make someone’s holiday a merry one with Penticton’s OneSky Community Resources

The centre has a special Christmas tree with gift requests from its clients

The OneSky Community Resources on Penticton’s Ellis Street needs your help to make its clients’ holiday special. The tree at their centre has special star decorations with Christmas wishlist items that residents can purchase for the centre’s clients. (Photo from Facebook)

Penticton’s OneSky Community Resources needs your help to make their clients’ holiday wishlist a reality.

Stop by the centre, located on 330 Ellis St., during regular business hours to check out their specially-decorated Christmas tree.

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Each star hung on the tree is a gift request from one of their clients, so residents in Penticton can pick one to purchase and make the client’s holiday a merry one.

Purchased gifts can be delivered wrapped or unwrapped to the centre, which serves the community’s youth, parents, elderly and everything in between.

For more information about the services offered by OneSky, visit

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