Eye on Community: Paying it forward to BC Wildlife Park

The $20,000 cheque will go toward the wildlife park’s completion of the new aquatic rehabilitation areas.

BC Wildlife Park general manager and executive director Glenn Grant (left) and facilities supervisor Jorrit Koedooder (far right) receive a $20,000 donation from Kamloops Ford Lincoln general manager Craig Brown and marketing co-ordinator Kayla Webster on Thursday.

Kamloops Ford Lincoln chose the wildlife park to be the recipient of their recent Pay It Forward fundraising efforts where KFL puts $100 from each vehicle sold into the Pay It Forward fund.

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Every month or so, the local dealership chooses a local charity to make a donation.

The $20,000 cheque will go toward the wildlife park’s completion of the new aquatic rehabilitation areas.

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