Save-On-Foods fills local food banks with ‘Share It Forward’ program

Save-On Foods staff Ryan Ogden (left) Jay Smith, Neil Allkins, Brooke Nelson, Ameet Singh present a cheque for $7,620 to Kamloops Food Bank director of resource development Corra Gassner and executive director Bernadette Siracky on Thursday (July 15). The annual Share It Forward program sees 50 percent of net proceeds, up to a maximum of $300,000, from all Western Family products sold at any Save-On-Foods, PriceSmart Foods and Urban Fare locations go toward local food banks. The goal for 2021 is to raise $300,000, which would bring the total of four years of Share It Forward to more than $1 million.

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