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Prospera participates

Prospera Credit Union has joined the Foodapolooza Challenge and have asked five more businesses to do the same.


Grant Thornton chooses...

Grant Thornton has accepted their Foodapolooza Challenge and hit the streets to "choose" their challenges in person, all in support of the Central Okanagan Foodbank.


KPMG goes all out!

The Foodapolooza Challenge has seen some great videos already and KPMG was not going to be out done. Check out this fun video and see if your business has been challenged!


Fundraiser at Dakota's

Dakota's Sports Bar has fun with the Foodapolooza challenge and wants to see you on June 27th for their burger and beer fundraiser in support of this great cause!

Capri Insurance is game

The Foodapolooza Challenge video from Capri Insurance shows they're game! The question now is, are the businesses they challenged?

Food challenges are flying

Castanet's Foodapalooza is picking up steam.

Challenges are starting to fly, videos are being submitted, and the Kelowna Community Food Bank is the beneficiary.

So far, we've received videos from Total Restoration, Farris Law, Spence Valuation Group, MNP, Capri Insurance and Coast Capital Savings. And each of those businesses has challenged five others, who will challenge five others, and so on.

The idea is to collect food and cash for the food bank and record a YouTube video of your donation, issuing a challenge to five others.

The videos will be shown on Castanet to give donors the recognition they deserve – and the best one wins a $5,000 advertising package on Castanet.

The food bank's Tammy Jackson explains how it works:

  • Take a video of your company dropping off your food donation or donating online at cofoodbank.com and challenging five other companies.
  • Make sure they know they have been nominated and that they have five business days to complete the challenge. The food bank will help keep track of the contest. 
  • Post your video online https://www.castanet.net/foodapalooza/index.htm and tag them on Facebook. 

You can hashtag your post with #foodaplooza and #jointhefoodmovement.
The most needed items at the food bank are: pasta and sauce, canned tuna/chicken/salmon, Chunky soup, canned fruit and vegetables, baby food, and Boost.

Coast Capital steps up

Coast Capital Savings Credit Union has accepted their Foodapolooza Challenge from Farris and challenged five other businesses located VERY close to them.

MNP accepts challenge

MNP has accepted the Foodapolooza Challenge from Total Restoration and challenged five other accounting firms in the area.

Spence Valuation Group

Spence Valuation Group has accepted the Foodapolooza Challenge and challenged five more businesses!


Farris Law challenge

The Foodapolooza Challenge video from Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy.

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