On Tuesday Sept. 19, Four Rivers Co-op hosted a BBQ and donated 10 cents from every litre of all grades of gas and diesel sold at Four Rivers Co-op Gas Bars that day. $2,643.16 was donated to the Nechako View Senior Citizens Housing Society The Four Rivers Co-op Community Support Fund is also accepting grant applications until Oct 31, 2017                                Photos submitted

On Tuesday Sept. 19, Four Rivers Co-op hosted a BBQ and donated 10 cents from every litre of all grades of gas and diesel sold at Four Rivers Co-op Gas Bars that day. $2,643.16 was donated to the Nechako View Senior Citizens Housing Society The Four Rivers Co-op Community Support Fund is also accepting grant applications until Oct 31, 2017 Photos submitted

Co-op ‘Fill up and Fuel good’ raises $2,643.16

On Tuesday Sept. 19, Four Rivers Co-op members and customers filled up and fueled good. 10 cents from every litre of all grades of gas and diesel sold on Fuel Good day at Four Rivers Co-op Gas Bars was donated to the Nechako View Senior Citizens Housing Society.

From 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., the Four Rivers Co-op also hosted a fundraiser BBQ. All proceeds from the sales went to help this organization work toward building affordable housing for seniors in Vanderhoof.

About Four Rivers

Four Rivers petroleum operations consist of 4 bulk petroleum plants, with a fleet of 16 petroleum delivery units, 2 lube oil trucks and 15 cardlock locations. Retail operations consist of a food store, home centre, 2 agro locations, a gas bar/convenience store, and a mini-storage facility. These facilities are located throughout the central interior from Quesnel in the south to Fort St. James in the North, from Valemount in the east to Terrace in the west.

Four Rivers Co-op employs over 150 people within ther trading area and have an annual payroll of $7.1 million.

In 2016, the organisation contributed over $115,000 to community groups, charities, non-profit organizations and sports groups. In addition to these contributions, they also donated $100,000 to 11 community groups in 10 different communities through their Community Support Fund.

Apply for Community Support grants!

The Four Rivers Co-op Community Support Fund is accepting applications until Oct 31, 2017

If your organization has a project or program that improves the quality of life within your community, check out the application form and guidelines at http://bit.ly/2vxSncJ.

– files from press release by Allan Bieganski, General Manager Four Rivers Co-op

 

Co-op ‘Fill up and Fuel good’ raises $2,643.16

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