All You Can Drink helps Meals Financial institution – Kelowna Information
Adam Proskiw – Mar 18, 2013 / 3:00 pm | Story: 88980
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Vital Waters co-founder Joel Kutschera.
The Kelowna Community Food Bank and Vital Waters have partnered together for the ‘All You Can Drink’ program.
Enrollment in the program gives customers up to ten 18.9L bottles of stable alkaline drinking water per month for between $25-$35, depending on the type, and ten cents of every dollar goes to the Food Bank.
“We are very excited to launch our ‘All You Can Drink’ donor program this summer,” says David Purdon, Food Bank revenue development officer.
Vital Waters will provide the water through their delivery service or at their store on Kent Road.
“There is no bottled water deal like it in Kelowna,” says Vital Waters co-founder Joel Kutschera. “It’s a great way for bottled water drinkers to provide quality water for their family while helping others. But the deal is only available through the Kelowna Food Bank.”
There is no contract to sign and clients can cancel at any time with 30 days written notice.
All You Can Drink donor program forms will be available at all Food Bank community events or online.
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