Salvation Army Pastor Phil Franco (centre) accepts some of the 1

Salvation Army Pastor Phil Franco (centre) accepts some of the 1

Food bank garners community support

KPMG, through its We Scare Hunger campaign, came to the aid of the Salvation Army Food Bank

Local accountants added up some huge relief for the local food bank.

KPMG, through its We Scare Hunger campaign, came to the aid of the Salvation Army Food Bank.

“We collected 1,219 pounds of food for the food bank,” said KPMG’s Steve White.

Food was donated by the following businesses:

n Bell Lumber & Pole Canada;

n Buy-Low Foods;

n City Furniture;

n Community Futures;

n Davidson Lawyers;

n KPMG;

n Meridian Rehabilitation;

n MQN Architects;

n Nixon Wenger;

n North Okanagan Child Care Society;

n Prestige Inn;

n Vernon Home Building Centre;

n Vernon Radiological Associates Corporation.

In addition to the food, KPMG and its partners contributed $5,650 in cash and Buy-Low gift cards.