Recycled City a Hit!

Recycled City was a major success among our 8-12 year old kiddos!

It was a super fun 6 weeks watching the kiddos go through the process of designing, planning and creating their cities.

Everyone was so focused and determined to bring their creations to life. There was lots of problem solving, discussion, creative thinking and learning mixed in. It was a joy to see how the recycled materials were turned into buildings, houses and community structures; real and imaginative. The end result was a very diverse collection of “cities” and some super proud creators.

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Volunteer OpportunitiesVolunteer Opportunities

Friendly Visitor Program

Our friendly visitor program is designed to keep local seniors connected. You can connect by phone with one-on-one calls 1-2 times a week, or in person visits.

Volunteer Driver

The Volunteer Driver Program is designed to help local seniors get to medical appointments, prescription pick ups and occasional grocery trips.

As a volunteer driver, you will

  • Receive 0.50 cents per KM driven
  • Make a difference in your community
  • Meet new people

Mandatory screening is required for all new volunteers.

If you would like to volunteer, or would like more information about volunteering, please call Amanda at 250-547-0089

FOOD BANK AGMFOOD BANK AGM

We will be hosting our Annual General Meeting on Sunday, May 2nd, 2021 at 1:00PM. This meeting will be held outdoors at the Cherryville residence of Sharon Harvey where social distancing, masks, and hand sanitizer will be required. For more information, please contact Sharon at 250-547-6646. Anyone interested is welcome to join us for this meeting.

Thank you!

Huge Thank You to Food Banks BC, BC Dairy Farmers, NORD, Kamloops Okanagan Dairy Association, and Safe Seniors Strong CommunitiesHuge Thank You to Food Banks BC, BC Dairy Farmers, NORD, Kamloops Okanagan Dairy Association, and Safe Seniors Strong Communities

We are absolutely speechless by the continual support we are receiving from organizations both locally and provincially. We would like to formally thank you Food Banks BC, Dairy Farmers of BC, North Okanagan Regional District, Kamloops Okanagan Dairy Association, and the Safe Seniors Strong Communities through United Way of the Lower Mainland. You are a major reason why we have been able to continually support our community despite the hardships and obstacles prevalent from this global pandemic.

We cannot express enough the deep gratitude we feel. During these uncertain times, it is the love and support and generosity of others that help communities thrive and we have been fortunate and honored to receive an abundance of support from our local and provincial organizations.

The Cherryville Community Food Bank thanks all of you, from the very bottom of our hearts, as we are able to expand our reach within our community and surrounding areas to those who are at risk and to those who need this support more than ever. Thank you.