United Way delivers cars seats to 5 communities in the South Okanagan

October 31, 2017 – The Child Safety Initiative, a unique partnership with Central Okanagan Foundation, KGH Foundation, United Way CSO and Costco Kelowna, took us to the South Okanagan this week  delivering 30 car seats to Princeton, Keremeos, Oliver, Penticton and Summerland.

Budget Car and Truck Rental provided the cube van for the deliveries. A total of 84 car seats will be distributed to agencies in the Central and South Okanagan in the next two weeks. Eligible families can apply for a car seat through the local agency.

For more information: http://unitedwaycso.com/how-we-help/kids/child-safety-initiative/

Read the community photo releases:

PRINCETON:

Photo (from left to right): Reanne Holden-Amadio (UW CSO) with Princeton Family Services –  Paige Hurley Program Coordinator, Nichole Loza Child Youth Special Needs, and Carrie McIvor CAPC

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KEREMEOS:

Lower Similkameen Community Services Society staff – Gizella Samu CAPC, Sarah Martin Executive Director, and Lisa Flex with United Way Community Investment Manager, Reanne Holden-Amadio

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OLIVER/OSOYOOS:

Nancy Aatelma, CAP Coordinator at Desert Sun Counselling

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PENTICTON:

Ian Gerbrandt, Traci Ingbritson of PDCRS and Reanne Holden-Amadio of UWCSO

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SUMMERLAND:

United Way Community Investment Manager, Reanne Holden-Amadio with PDCRS Okanagan-Skaha Early Years Facilitator, Eileen Muzzin for Summerland Food Bank.

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