Jasmen (left), Jakob (right), and daughter Louella of Christoph Real Estate present Tom Beshr (centre), resource development for Habitat for Humanity Vancouver Island North, with a donation of $1,500 which will go to Habitat’s upcoming 10-home build project on Lake Trail Road in Courtenay.

Giving Back

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The Comox Valley Lions Club made a donation of $2,000 to the Comox Valley Food Bank. Treasurer, Lion Ernie, and our secretary, Lion Nancy, presented the cheque to the food bank’s Jeff Hampton.

Corporate Connections Christmas Party ran a silent auction and raised an amazing $33,810 for the Comox Valley Healthcare Foundation. Proceeds will support mental health initiatives in the Comox Valley.

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