LETTERS: Incredible donations

Incredible Edible Penticton’s recent fundraiser event at the Downtown Market, yielded over $600 towards our supplies.

Incredible Edible Penticton’s recent fundraiser event at the Downtown Market, yielded over $600 towards our supplies.

Thank you to all of our silent auction donors, your gifts will ensure we can continue growing food for free, food to share throughout our community. Thanks you as well to all of our sponsors.

As we continue to “grow” rest assured that our goal is to plant as many edible gardens as possible to ensure noone in our community goes hungry. To create a social network to reduce isolation, and most of all to vision a community based on kindness.

To all those who purchased items, or simply made a donation, you certainly came through for us this time.

Hilma LaBelle

Project Lead

Incredible Edible Penticton

 

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