Cowichan’s United Way Kickoff Breakfast heading back indoors for 2017

The event will feature a breakfast buffet, 50/50 tickets, the opportunity to learn more about United Way, networking with colleagues

The United Way of Central and Northern Vancouver Island is gearing up for its annual campaign launch in September, and it’s heading back indoors for 2017, after several years at Charles Hoey Park.

Community stakeholders, dedicated community partners and generous donors from all corners of the Valley are urged to buy tickets for the United Way Kick Off Breakfast that will be held on Thursday, Sept. 8 at the Duncan Ramada (formerly the Silver Bridge) starting at 7 a.m. to launch the 2016 “We Are Possibility” campaign.

The event will feature a breakfast buffet, 50/50 tickets, the opportunity to learn more about United Way, networking with colleagues and more.

Tickets are on sale now; reserve your spot at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/cowichan-community-kick-off-tickets-26545403015.

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