Businesses to help Indigenous
Rob Gibson - Nov 24, 2022 - Get Involved

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A Kelowna medical aesthetics company and a fitness provider are teaming up for a worthy cause this Christmas.

Kelowna Medical Aesthetics and SpinCo have joined forces on a fundraiser involving more than 40 local businesses to raise funds to help support four Indigenous families that have been affected by residential schools in the past.

“We will be giving each family a wholesome Christmas of presents, food and tree,” according to a press release.

Owner Suzette Sandrin said her company has partnered with fellow local business Michelle August owner of SpinCo, and together they have created a fundraiser with more than40 local businesses participating to support the cause.

If you want to help support the cause, Okanagan residents can purchase a $25 ticket for a chance to win one of a large number of prizes. So far, over $10,000 of prizes have been donated. SpinCo is giving a three-month unlimited pass worth $550 and its floor model Podium boke valued at $1,999, and, of course, treatments from Kelowna Medical Aesthetics.

Participating businesses and organizations include Kelowna Rockets, Cedar Creek Winery, Kelowna Home Care Solutions, Okanagan Lifestyle, Cactus Club, Krafty Kitchen, 1000 Palms, Funky Petals Flowers, Sandrine French Pastry, Slate Salon and Indigenous World Winery. Click here for more information.

“With so many families in need this Christmas, it’s heartwarming to see the business community come together here in the Okanagan to raise these funds. Grab your ticket to support this worthy fundraiser, and follow Kelowna Medical Aesthetics & SpinCo on Instagram,” Sandrin said.

Ticket sales end Nov 30, and all winners will be contacted privately on Dec. 1.

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