Saving on for Foundry
Trevor Nichols - Jun 08 - Get Involved

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This Sunday, Save on Foods is kicking off a new campaign to build a new youth mental health centre in the Okanagan.

Save On Foods locations from across the Central Okanagan are teaming up for two weeks to collect donations for Foundry Kelowna.

From June 11-24, the stores will ask customers to donate $2 at the till in support of the project. All the money raised will given to the Not Alone fundraising campaign, a $2 million initiative to build Foundry Kelowna.

Foundry is an initiative spearheaded by the KGH Foundation and the Canadian Mental Health Association.

June 10, from 11:30 a.m. until 4 p.m., the Save On Foods in Orchard Plaza will officially mark the beginning on the campaign, with representatives from Save On Foods, the KGH Foundation and the CMHA will be on hand to speak to media.

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