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Okanagan Changemakers
Kelowna, British Columbia
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Valley First, a division of First West Credit Union
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We are thrilled to announce that Valley First, a division of First West Credit Union is again the Presenting Sponsor for ChangeUP 3. Valley First has been a key sponsor for all three ChangeUPs showing their commitment to supporting social innovation and the spirit of entrepreneurialism in the Okanagan. Don't miss this great opportunity to connect with other liked minded individuals in this space. It's an inspirational night: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/changeup-3-innovati...
Planning is in the works for ChangeUp 3. Save the date of November 2nd. Guest speaker is Murad Al-Katib - Global Entrepreneur of the year (Saskatchewan boy and 2nd Canadian to ever win the award) because of his commitment to feeding Syrian refugees. Gonna be great!!!

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As a football coach for Kelowna Minor Football Association, Kendall Gross works to not only inspire his team on the field, but off the field as well. His mantra of, “Everything Counts,” is focused on the belief that every one of our actions either adds or subtracts from our goal, but is never neutral. For a team of teenage boys, this is extremely impactful. In 2016, Kendall’s Junior Bantam Lions remained undefeated during the tackle season, winning both the Southern Interior Football League and the Provincial Championships. In addition to coaching the U14 Bantam Lions, Kendall also coached the U14 Flag Football team. Out of 50 teams across the province, he led them to a second place finish. Kendall sits on the board of directors for Kelowna Minor Football as both a director and registrar. He spends countless hours, balancing teams with best player placement for the 600 player membership as well as fielding registration related calls. Kendall’s involvement with Kelowna Minor Football goes back to 2012 when he coached both the U10 team and the U10 flag football team to winning provincial championships. During 2016, Kendall donated more than 400 hours to Kelowna Minor Football. City of Kelowna
I know next week is National Volunteer Week and I'm sure there will be a lot of thank you's to volunteers, but I wanted to thank the organizations I have worked with for the great work they do! My warddrobe has increasingly become shirts from places I've volunteered where I've met lifelong friends, so a huge thanks to TEDxKelowna, Global Citizen Kelowna, okanagan changemakers, School District No. 23 and OYP - Okanagan Young Professionals !
Kelowna, British Columbia
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