Victoria, British Columbia
Since March, Sweetpal and his team have helped feed the homeless population in Victoria every two weeks with close to 1,000 people in attendance. They have been doing this since they opened their doors. In addition, Sweetpal has donated 150 blankets to Victoria’s homeless.
When asked why he does what he does, Sweetpal’s response is, “This is my city. This is my home.”
Thank you for being our hero, Sweetpal!
Fort St. John, B.C.
Rachel has made approximately 150 masks for her staff and colleagues in the retail network. She also made reusable cloth bags for frontline medical staff in her community to transport their scrubs home.
Thank you for being our hero, Rachel!
Lac La Biche, Alberta
Meet Mo and Ashley:
Originally from Fort McMurray, Mo and Ashley wanted to help flood victims who were under a boil water advisory in May. They delivered approximately 600 24-packs of water to help residents of Fort McMurray, along with over 500 sandwiches. Mo and Ashley also helped with the city’s clean-up efforts after the floods.
Thank you for being our heroes, Mo and Ashley!
Meet Balwant and Manpreet:
Balwant and Manpreet participated in a “Lockdown Love Parade” in Claresholm, where they provided dinner and ice cream to over 50 people in the community who participated in the parade. In addition, the two of them also offered to do drive-by greetings for elderly and those in long term care facilities.
Thank you for being our heroes, Balwant and Manpreet!
Ankita opened her site on April 1, 2020. Since then she has worked to get to know her customers and what they need during these uncertain times. Ankita has stocked groceries and items her customers told her they needed. As a thank you for her commitment to her customers’ needs, her customers brought her masks for her and her staff to wear.
Thank you for being our hero, Ankita!