Thinking of seniors

The Vanderboom Team at Investors Group holds second annual Seniors Gift Drive

Richard VanderBoom (left)

The VanderBoom Team at Investors Group is busy collecting gift items for its second Seniors Gift Drive.

“With the generosity of our clients and the community we were able to help so many seniors last year. We hope to be able to help even more wonderful seniors this year,” said Laurie Reiter, a team member.

The team is asking for donations of unwrapped gifts to be dropped off at the Investors Group office, #200, 2899-30th Ave. in Vernon. The gifts will be wrapped and distributed to seniors in need throughout the North Okanagan. The team would also like to know about seniors who should be remembered at Christmas.

For more information contact Reiter at 250-545-9188 or Laurie.reiter@investorsgroup.com.

 

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