Foundry fundraising nearing its goal
The fundraising campaign behind the establishment of a new mental health services centre for youth in Kelowna is nearing its $2 million objective.
Leading the campaign is the Kelowna General Hospital Foundation in support of Foundry Kelowna, a hub that will offer access to 25 different agency services for Kelowna and area youth between the ages of 12 and 24.
With the unveiling this week of a $50,000 grant from Valley First Credit Union’s Penticton branch, the campaign is close to its goal now, says Doug Rankmore, executive director of the foundation.
Barry Gerding reports
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