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Downtown Kelowna Association
The Downtown Kelowna Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring that the Downtown Business Improvement Area (BIA) is a safe and desirable place to conduct bu...
200-287 Bernard Ave.
Kelowna, British Columbia
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Causes we care about

  • Arts & Culture

  • Community and Economic Development

  • Housing and Homelessness

Businesses whose employees volunteer with us
Businesses and organizations that we work with
Secure-Rite Mobile Storage
Kelowna Capital News
Interior Savings
Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs
Canadian Mental Health Association Kelowna
Valley First Credit Union
BCSS
Stories of our community involvement
This Saturday! Downtown Kelowna Association is hosting a free community event with culture, art, food, shopping and entertainment. They are currently seeking awesome people like to you to help with the event! Presented by Valley First, a division of First West Credit Union. We hope to see you there!
The Valley First, a division of First West Credit Union blue army is raising food, funds and awareness on the 200 block of Bernard, during the block party (Downtown Kelowna Association) for Feed the Valley with proceeds to the Central Okanagan Food Bank. Stop by the booth to fill up your water bottle and try your luck on one of the two eight-foot mini golf courses. If you get a hole-in-one they will donate $2 to Feed the Valley and you’ll get an entry into the draw to win a gift basket!

Minimum donation of $2 to play.

Thank you for helping us #endhunger on Saturday, July 13!



https://www.downtownkelowna.com/what-to-do/even...
On Sat. May 4, hundreds supported the Central Okanagan Food Bank during the Taste of Downtown. It was an amazing day, one for the record books as more than $9,000 was raised for the food bank.

(in photo, reading left to right)

Front row: Tamie Williams, Communications Officer, Central Okanagan Food Bank; Mark Burley, Exec. Director Downtown Kelowna Association; 3rd place Foodie Choice Winner Teresa Reid, Manager, FSH - The Flask Social House Ltd.; Tammie Watson, Revenue Development Officer, Central Okanagan Food Bank; Michele and Alicia Neill, Owners, Mosaic Books (passport HQ); First time participant and shared 1st Place Foodie Choice winner Audrey Surrao, and Chef Rod Butters, Co-owners, Raudz Creative Concepts Ltd.

Back row: 3rd place Foodie Choice Winner Heith Martin, Owner, FSH - The Flask Social House Ltd.

**missing from photo** Third time 1st Place shared Foodie Choice winner: Jared Lee, Central and 2nd place Food Choice Winner: Ed Wouda, 350 Bakehouse Cafe

Many gratitude filled thanks to all who participated, all the eateries and drinkeries and everyone who indulged their taste buds during the event.

#endhunger
#JoinTheFoodMovement
This will be a GREAT event!

Thank you for supporting the Central Okanagan Food Bank while you explore Downtown Kelowna eateries on Saturday, May 4 from noon - 3pm!!! 🙌
Thanks for all the great stuff you do Downtown Kelowna Association!!

Have a restaurant Downtown? Register to participate at downtownkelowna.com/taste/register

#JoinTheFoodMovement
#endhunger
Downtown Kelowna Association is raising awareness about an event coming up in our area! This free event on November 22, 2018 is
co-sponsored by the City of Kelowna, The Journey Home, The Bridge, United Way Central & South Okanagan/Similkameen and the Community Action Team. The event aims to address stigma for the homeless and for those experiencing problematic substance use. Click on this link to learn more!

https://www.downtownkelowna.com/what-to-do/even...
The Do Some Good team had an amazing time at the Downtown Kelowna Association Block Party! It was great to see so many local companies and community members come out to have some fun and support their city!
200-287 Bernard Ave.
Kelowna, British Columbia
V1Y6N2
Causes we care about

  • Arts & Culture

  • Community and Economic Development

  • Housing and Homelessness

Businesses whose employees volunteer with us
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