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United Way Central & South Okanagan/Similkameen was proud to facilitate five full Days of Caring last week which produced over 180 hours for local non-profits! Last week, UBCO - University of British Columbia Okanagan Campus students once again generously volunteered their time to help local charities through the United Way Day of Caring® Program. More than 55 students signed up through the UBC Okanagan Community Service Learning Program, and donated 180 hours of time saving the agencies valuable time and resources. Projects included indoor cleaning, painting, event support, sorting resource kits and compiling housing kits.

Participating organizations that received help were: The Canadian Mental Health Association, CRIS Adaptive Adventures, Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs (Lake Country and Rutland), Living Positive Resource Centre, Mennonite Central Committee British Columbia (MCC BC) Thrift Store, Pathways Abilities Society, YMCA of Okanagan, and Good Samaritan Society/Mountainview Senior’s Village.

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