Donate Now Business Partners

Raising funds to build this trail will take all of us to step forward and do what we can to help out. Let’s be thankful for these businesses who have stepped forward in creative ways to help build this legacy.

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Alexander's Beach Pub

Raising funds with great food and fun at the north end of rail trail.

Armstrong Regional Cooperative

Funding meters of trail, matching customer donations and providing a local alternative to filling up.

BC Tree Fruits Cooperative, Lake Country

BC Tree Fruits Cooperative donated an apple for every participant in the Cinco de Mayo Walk for the Rail Trail. 

Big White Resort

Big White Resort donated a season ski pass in support of the Cinco de Mayo Walk for the Rail Trail.

Capri Insurance

Capri Insurance donated the premium for liability insurance to protect the Cinco de Mayo and other events

Chainline Cycle

Selling some great Rail Trail technical T's. All revenue supports the campaign.

Cyclepath Cycle & Ski

Selling some great Rail Trail technical T's. All revenue supports the campaign.

Diana's Monogramming

Diana helped to provide the shirts that you see the Trail Ambassadors wearing at events.

Ecole Peter Greer, Oyama Traditional, Davidson Road and George Elliot schools in Lake Country

These schools raised nearly $20,000 in support of the Cinco de Mayo Walk for the Rail Trail!

Electric Paper Company

Providing printing of campaign support materials

Fresh Air Experience & Concept

Selling some great Rail Trail technical T's at both locations. All revenue supports the campaign.

Gatzke Orchard

Growing some fantastic Okanagan Fruit and funding a few metres of trail development

Girl Guides of Canada, Layer Cake Mountain District

Girl Guides of Canada donated cookies and volunteer time in support of the Cinco de Mayo Walk for the Rail Trail. 

Great West Equipment

Providing Volvo equipment to the Okanagan and funding construction of the trail.

Kal Lake Hideaway Bed and Breakfast

Kal Lake Hideaway donated a half day on a pontoon boat on Kalamalka Lake in support of the Cinco de Mayo Walk for the Rail Trail.

Kelowna Cycle

Selling some great Rail Trail technical T's. All revenue supports the campaign.

Kelowna Insta Print

Providing printing of campaign support materials

Klub Kalamalka

Building metres of trail by matching donations of their clients. As well, Klub Kal has donated a week-long  stay for a family at a Kalamalka lakeside cabin in support of the Cinco de Mayo Walk for the Rail Trail.

Lake Country Cycle

Lake Country Cycle sells Rail Trail T-Shirts, plastic pails and recently donated an $800 bicycle in support of the Cinco de Mayo Walk for the Rail Trail.

Lake Country Dairy Queen

Lake Country Dairy Queen donated a free sundae for every participant in the Cinco de Mayo Walk for the Rail Trail

Lake Country Optometry

Donating $1 for every eye exam conducted between April 1 and August 31.

This is their third fundraising initiative!

Lake Country Shoppers Drug Mart

Lake Country Shoppers Drug Mart donated 1200 bottles of water in support of the Cinco de Mayo Walk for the Rail Trail. 

Lighthouse Chiropractic

Helping you with back pain and supporting the trail. Thankyou Lighthouse!

LiquidRide/Oyama Yacht Club

LiquidRide/Oyama Yacht Club donated a day of skiing and surfing on Kalamalka Lake in support of the Cinco de Mayo Walk for the Rail Trail.

Nature's Fare Vernon and Kelowna

Supporting the Rail Trail with matching client donations up to $10,000

New Deal Athletics

Providing some great technical t-shirts soon to be at your local bike and running stores

Okanagan Spirits

Providing some very fine small batch craft spirits and funding some trail.

OKHomeseller

Bring in a tax receipt from your donation (over $25) and get a free sign. Thanks OKHomeseller!

Olympia Cycle & Ski

Accepting donations from customers and adding their own to build some metres of trail. Also selling Rail Trail technical T's.

Otylia Photography

Providing award-winning lifestyle and wedding photography and funding meters of trail development

Oyama General Store

Oyama General Store donated money to bus students from Oyama Traditional School to Swalwell Park in support of the Cinco de Mayo Walk for the Rail Trail.

Oyama Sunblush

Oyama Sunblush donated copious cookies in support of the Cinco de Mayo Walk for the Rail Trail.

Oyama Zipline

Oyama Zipline donated a family pass and hundreds of coupons to the new Adventure Park in support of the Cinco de Mayo Walk for the Rail Trail

Planet Bee

Taking donations for their honey and mead tastings...yummm

Quickturn Production Machining Ltd.

Funding metres of trail construction and manufacturing custom machined parts.

Rancho Vignola

Donating delicious Rail Trail Mix for fundraising.

REPostill & Sons Ltd

Linsey & Jamie provided the great shirts you see on the Trail Ambassadors.

Roosters Barber Shop, Lake Country

Donating $1.00 for every haircut made between June 1 and September 1, 2017.

Royal LePage Downtown Realty

Helping you buy or sell a home and funding metres of trail construction

Rubicon Aerial Cinema

Providing aerial photography and cinematography to showcase the stunning surroundings of the trail.

Salt Fowler REMAX Team

The team at Salt Fowler is funding trail by donating a portion of their sales for 2017. Need a house?

Save On Foods

Save On Foods donated 1200 hot dog buns in support of the Cinco de Mayo Walk for the Rail Trail

Shuswap Coffee Company

Making some great coffee and helping to build the trail one pot at a time.

Southern Interior Flight Centre

Southern Interior Flight Centre donated an hour airplane flight for two around the Central Okanagan in support of the Cinco de Mayo Walk for the Rail Trail.

Southward Medical Supplies

Funding metres of trail and providing medical supplies to the Okanagan

Sproing Creative

Providing technical expertise in the development of the campaign's online presence and other forms of marketing communications.

Stroma Sign Group Inc.

Provided vehicle graphics for the Okanangan Rail Trail Work Truck. Watch for it on the trail.

Sun County Cycle

Rail Trail Sale! Selling all 2016 bikes at a 5% discount and providing 5% towards building metres of trail.

SunRype

SunRype donated 1200 of both drinks and fruit leather in support of the Cinco de Mayo Walk for the Rail Trail.

SunWave Boat Rentals

SunWave Boat Rentals donated a half day on a pontoon boat for a family on Wood Lake in support of the Cinco de Mayo Walk for the Rail Trail


Campaign Progress

It will take a community to build a legacy.

Current Target

80% Complete

80%George's 2nd Matching Campaign - $75,000

48.5 km Funding Goal

62% Complete

30.69 (62%) total kilometres funded

3966individual
donors

43trail
ambassadors

19campaign
partners

63business
partners

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