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Crucial delivery to Kamloops Food Bank from Babies R Us

Crucial delivery to Kamloops Food Bank from Babies R Us

Kamloops Toys R Us/Babies R Us staffers deliver baby essentials to the Kamloops Food Bank as part of national program worth more than $60,000 to support local charities and Canadian parents.
Moose calls of support for RIH Foundation

Moose calls of support for RIH Foundation

Presenting Royal Inland Hospital Foundation financial director Denise Bernauer (centre) with a cheque for $2,000 is Moose Lodge 1552 member and Kamloops Coun. Bill Sarai (left) and junior governor Dave Moonen.
Mining some good deeds in Kamloops

Mining some good deeds in Kamloops

The Canadian Institute of Mining South Central Branch in Kamloops donated $7,500 to the Kamloops Food Bank and $500 to the BC SPCA for those who are in need the most right now.
Wish Fund gets gift from Kamloops Ford Lincoln

Wish Fund gets gift from Kamloops Ford Lincoln

Kamloops Ford Lincoln recently donated $1,250 to the ICCHA Wish Foundation, which will go directly toward cardiac care improvements at Royal Inland Hospital.
Moose loosen a grand for first responders

Moose loosen a grand for first responders

Moose Lodge 1552 administrator Jack Buchanan and Moose Lodge member Keith Wallace present a cheque for $1,000 to Ashley Sudds for first responders.
CHBA celebrates three-decade partnership

CHBA celebrates three-decade partnership

The Central Interior branch of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association recently celebrated its 30-year partnership with Thompson Rivers University with a $30,000 donation to be shared by the university’s trades and technology program and the Kamloops
Networking for a crucial cause

Networking for a crucial cause

The Kamloops Networking Association celebrated its latest donation — a $2,000 gift to the Royal Inland Hospital Foundation/ICCHA Wish Foundation, for use in cardiac care needs at the hospital.
Wiper sales help fund cancer research

Wiper sales help fund cancer research

Broco Glass and Speedy Glass in Kamloops were among participating franchises in the recent partnership with the Canadian Cancer Society for the Drive Pink Campaign during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Working for the Kamloops White Cane Club

Working for the Kamloops White Cane Club

Rick Diehl (middle) and Diane Jones (left) of Moose Lodge 1552 present Linda Hall of the Kamloops White Cane Club a cheque for $1,000 as the service club continues to raise money for community groups.
Knights of compassion

Knights of compassion

The Knights of Columbus donated $500 to Interior Community Service’s Youth Street Outreach Program that operates out of the drop-in Outreach Centre at 404 Seymour St. The money will be used to buy food and supplies.