For the boys and girls
Okanagan Edge Staff - Feb 15, 2017 - Get Involved

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Coast Capital handed over a cool $15,000 to the Okanagan Boys and Girls club recently, as it celebrated the grand opening of its Kelowna branch.

The money will help fund the Boys and Girls Club’s youth nutrition programs, allowing more young people to be fed and taught cooking skills.

“Coast Capital has a long history of contributing to the communities across our province,” said Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs CEO Diane Entwistle. “We are excited to welcome Coast Capital to Kelowna and we look forward to working together to ensure that young people are growing up well.”

The Jan. 21 celebration that served as a venue for the donation marked the opening of Coast Capital’s first branch in the Okanagan.

The company is a B.C.-based credit union with more than 50 branches across the province.

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