Boyd Gives Back
$20 Mobile Windshield Chip Repair for Donation to Project Literacy!
Boyd Autobody & Glass Okanagan is thrilled to announce all our proceeds from all chip repairs, both in our shops and on location for the months of March – May 2017 (Monday to Friday’s, no weekends) will be donated to Project Literacy. We believe a strong community starts with businesses who give back. We ask locals to please support our initiative and bring your chipped windshields to any of our Boyd Autobody & Glass locations or any of the on site locations listed below. When you bring it to Boyd, you give back to your community!
Keep your eyes open for any of these locations!
Orchard Park Mall (Cooper): Monday to Friday from March 20th – 31st
West Kelowna: Monday to Friday from April 3rd – 14th
IGA (Penticton):Monday to Friday from April 17th – 28th
Rexall Pharmacy (Rutland): Monday to Friday from May 1st – 12th
Charities that Boyd has raised funds for/donated to include:
- Make-A-Wish FoundationSince 1980, the Make-A-Wish Foundation® has given hope, strength and joy to children with life-threatening medical conditions. From our humble beginnings with one boy’s wish to be a police officer, we’ve evolved into an organization that grants a child’s wish in the U.S. every 40 minutes.”
- Kelowna General Hospital FoundationKelowna General Hospital Foundation was formed in 1978 by the Kelowna & District Hospital Society as an Endowment Foundation; it’s purposes have since changed to a public health care foundation. In the first year of operation $11,560 was received in donations. Total revenues in 25 years (March 31, 2003) are $31,414,935 and expenditures including donations to IHA were $25,375,775. Net assets, including restricted / unrestricted funds are just over $5.6 million and there is $2.3 million held in Endowment.
- Kelowna Community Food BankThe Kelowna Community Food Bank is dedicated to providing healthy food to local families and individuals who are in temporary financial difficulty.
- Multiple Sclerosis Society of CanadaThe mission of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada is: To be a leader in finding a cure for multiple sclerosis and enabling people affected by MS to enhance their quality of life.Our two major programs provide hope for the future through the support of MS research into the cause, treatment and cure of the disease and hope for today through our many services that assist people with MS and their families.or both its cultural heritage and its natural features. It is one of a small number of places listed as World Heritage Places for both reasons. Extensive rock art is found there.
- Girl Guides of Canada
- Angel Award
- Arthritis Society
- Project Literacy
- Cops for Kids
- Crime Stoppers