“Our new warehouse on Enterprise is double the size of our previous location, has higher racking and three times the cold storage capacity” says Lenetta Parry, Executive Director of the Central Okanagan Food Bank. “Our new warehouse is a very active place. We collect, warehouse and distribute over $4.0 million dollars’ worth of food per year. The reality is that a proper functioning forklift that meets our needs was mission critical.”
“We are an organization that likes to give back to our community” says Kendall Gross, Vice President, Retail and Business Banking at Valley First. “Feed the Valley is our signature cause. When we heard that the Central Okanagan Food Bank was in need of a new forklift, we decided to fully support it with this donation.”
Parry adds “We wish to thank Valley First for lifting the Central Okanagan out of hunger.”
In Picture (L-R: Kendall Gross, Vice President, Retail and Business Banking, Valley First; Nicole Diachuk, Branch Manager, Valley First; Tracy Clark, Marketing and Communications Business Partner, Valley First; Kylaina Afonso, Assistant Branch Manager, Valley First; Lorna Williamson, Branch Manager, Valley First; and the Central Okanagan Food Bank’s Lenetta Parry.