A Mother's Day fundraiser recently brought in a whopping $30,000 for Kelowna Women’s Shelter.
The second annual #LandmarkLove Mother’s Day Gift Tote fundraiser sold out in a record-breaking 11 hours and raised $15,000 in the process. Stober Foundation matched that tally, bringing the total donated amount to $30,000.
Details Design Inc. ran the event with sponsorship from Landmark District, Crowe MacKay and Stober Group. It was a drive-thru event this year, and they sold community curated gift totes valued at more than $75 that featured a bouquet of tulips from Lora + Christy Real Estate Team, a variety of local goodies, gift certificates and the opportunity to win multiple grand prizes.
“On behalf of the Stober Group team and Landmark District, I wanted to express our thanks to everyone who supported this year’s Mother’s Day drive-thru, including patrons, participating businesses and our title sponsor, Crowe MacKay,” Stober Group CEO Dave McAnerney said in a press release.
“We are so pleased to be able to make this meaningful donation to the Women’s Shelter at such a critical time. Giving back to our beautiful community is a core value for the Stober Group, and we are so encouraged by the social responsibility demonstrated by so many great companies within the Landmark District. Together, we can really make a difference.”