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Our branches are coming together to fundraise for Cops for Cancer

The impact of cancer on the life of a child and their family can be devastating. That’s why at Coast Capital Savings, we have been a proud supporter of the annual Cops for Cancer tour since it first began 21 years ago. By working together with local law enforcement and emergency service officers, we are able to raise funds for research into pediatric cancer and to support programs like Camp Goodtimes, a camp for children and youth who have been affected by cancer.

Every year, we look forward to coming together to help support youth living with cancer, by finding creative and fun ways to raise funds. We organize silent auctions, paper bike sales, collect donations, and have even had staff shave their head. With help from our members, in 2017 we raised $134,949.89.

So join us this year and help support this worthwhile cause, from August 21 to October 5, 2018.

Silent Auction at the Walnut Grove Branch

What’s not to love? You can score some awesome products and services at a discount while supporting a good cause. Everyone wins.

Address: Walnut Grove branch (20991 88 Ave)

Date: September 7 to September 29

Jail and Bail & BBQ at the Newton Branch

Newton branch Assistant Manager, Angela Walls, will be locked up in support of the Tour de Valley. Visit the branch if you’d like to help Angela make her $1,250 bail.

Address: Newton Branch (13764 – 72 Ave)

Date: September 7

Time: 9:30am

Jail and Bail & BBQ at the Yaletown branch

Relationship Manager Braden Ker will be this year’s jail bird at the Yaletown branch. Join the festivities and enjoy the BBQ while Braden tries to raise money for his bail.

Address: Yaletown Roundhouse (181 Roundhouse Mews)

Date:  September 14

Time: 11am – 3pm

Nanaimo and Duncan Walk for the Tour

Get your steps in for a good cause. Staff members from Nanaimo and Duncan will walk between our Aulds Road and Beverly Corners locations to raise money for the Tour de Rock. The 68km journey will take these speedy strollers through Cedar, Ladysmith, and Chemainus. Inquire in-branch to make a pledge per km or lump sum donation.

Address: Aulds Road (#300 – 6581 Aulds Rd) to Beverly Corners (2749 Beverly St.)

Date: Friday, September 14

Time: Depart Nanaimo 7am – ETA Duncan 6pm

A Bike-a-thon at the Sooke Branch

The Sooke branch is pedaling for a good cause. Two stationary bikes will be set up in the branch lobby and staff members will be taking turns to raise money for Cops for Cancer. Come visit the branch to pledge your support while watching staff huff and puff away.

Address: Sooke Branch (6661 Sooke Rd.)

Date: September 21

Time: 9:30am – 6pm

Shoe sale at the Tsawwassen Branch

How could anyone say no to a shoe sale? Tsawwassen branch, with the support of a long time business member, the will be selling new pairs of shoes at great prices in support of the Tour de Valley. It’s a double win. Shoes will be on sale throughout the branch.

Address: Tsawwassen Branch (7-5506 12th Ave)

Date: September 14 to September 15

Time: Friday 9:30am-5pm and Saturday 9:30am-3pm

Donate Online

It’s ok if you’ve committed a long television binge or got lost in the woods during your September long-weekend camping trip and can’t make it to any events to help us fundraiser. You can donate online to your favourite branch:

Tour de Coast branches  which includes branches Richmond, Coquitlam, Vancouver, Burnaby, Pitt Meadows, & New Westminster.

Tour de Rock branches  which includes our branches on Vancouver Island.

Tour de Valley branches which include Langley, Surrey, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Delta, Fort Langley, and Tsawwassen.

 

These are just a few of the many exciting events we have planned. Don’t worry, if you didn’t see your local branch on our list, then go in to say hi and see what they’ll be doing—maybe you’re favourite branch manager is losing their locks too.

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