Mosaic presented a cheque for $850 to our friends at Kidsport Comox Valley. As a local business we love to give back to the community!

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After a very successful day of activity, members of the Forbidden Barbershop Singers presented the proceeds of their Valentine’s Day fundraiser to L’Arche Comox Valley staff at the I Belong Centre.

Members of 100+ Women Who Care Comox Valley proudly make a cheque presentation of $16,000 to Terri Perrin of LUSH Valley Food Action Society.

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 160 Comox past president Gerry Maillet presenting Christine Tickner from the 1st Comox Scout Troop a cheque for $1,000 in support of their scouting activities.

Dr Briggs Council #4597 Knights of Columbus Grand Knight, Larry Jangula, presented a cheque for $300 to the Comox Valley Wheelchair Sports Society, which provides support for local residents. They provide and maintain specially made wheelchairs for participants, with or without disabilities, to play wheelchair basketball. Coach Stephane Roy was voted coach of the year and has three members going to participate in the BC Games. Now facing an increase in gym usage fee any financial support is greatly appreciated.

Jeff and Hailey from Cascadia Liquor give a cheque to April from the Comox Valley Food Bank with Dodie (left to right).

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