We invite you to join our 3rd Annual Pink Shirt Day Breakfast presented by TELUS, on February 22, 2017, in Kelowna at the Laurel Packinghouse. This is an exciting opportunity for businesses, service clubs, schools and individuals to come out and support the Kindness/Make Nice Movement in Kelowna.
This year, we are very excited to welcome Dr. John-Tyler Binfet as our guest speaker. Dr. Binfet is a renowned researcher on kindness in children, and will be presenting on the impacts and implications of kindness not only with children but adults as well (trust us – they are all awesome!). Why is it important to acknowledge kindness and kind acts? Intentional Kindness - planning kind acts, mentoring young people in planning and being kind, and being intentionally kind to both those we know and to those we don’t yet know has a way of bringing people together – it’s a great bridge and the more bridges we build, the better off we’ll all be, says Dr. Binfet.
Deputy Mayor Maxine Dehart will proclaim the day Pink Shirt Day – Kindness Day and Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs CEO, Diane Entwistle, will provide opening and closing remarks.
Breakfast will be provided thanks to Sysco Kelowna, Okanagan College Culinary Arts Department, McDonalds, David’s Tea and Kaleena Cakes.
Enjoy an amazing breakfast and hear Dr. Binfet’s inspiring talk, all while supporting Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs and the Pink Shirt Day Kindness campaign. This is going to be an incredible start to your day!
Special Thank you to our sponsors: TELUS, Sysco Kelowna, Okanagan College Culinary Arts Department, McDonalds Central Okanagan, David’s Tea Kelowna, Glitz N’ Glam Decorating, Kaleena Cakes, and all the Volunteers who make this event a great success.
For more information contact Richelle Leckey at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 250-762-3914