Langley Triple O’s part of fundraiser

The four Triple O’s locations in Langley are taking part in the company fundraiser called KidSport Day on Oct. 24.

On that day $1 from every combo sold at 32 Triple O’s locations in B.C. will support KidSport – a community-based funding program that takes financially disadvantaged children ages six to 18 off of the sidelines and puts them into sports like hockey, baseball, gymnastics and more.

“Our partnership with Triple O’s reflects the value that both our organizations place on the importance of family and community,” said Pete Quevillon, director of KidSport BC. “Triple O’s is a great place for a post-game meal, and with locations around the province this campaign allows many of our community-based chapters to generate awareness and keep the funds raised in the community.”

Triple Os are located at 20090 Langley Bypass, and in Chevron stations at 23182 72nd Ave., 8615 200th St. and 9450 200th St. From Oct. 6-24, Triple O is accepting donations from patrons for the program. This is the fifth consecutive year for the Triple O’s campaign. Since 2009, Triple O’s has raised $93,000 for KidSport BC. This year’s fundraising goal is $30,000.

People can also donate on Triple O’s website

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