Triple O’s supports KidSport Day fundraiser on Sept. 28

A loonie from the sale of every combo will be donated to KidSport BC

On Sept. 28, a loonie from the sale of every combo sold at Triple O’s locations throughout the province will be donated to KidSport BC.

Game on! KidSport Day is back at Triple O’s for a ninth consecutive year at Triple O’s locations throughout the province, including Nanoose Bay.

On Sept. 28, a loonie from the sale of every combo sold at Triple O’s locations throughout the province will be donated to KidSport BC – a community‐based sports funding program that takes financially disadvantaged children off the sidelines and gets them onto the field.

Guests can also make donations at Triple O’s restaurants leading up to the big day. Good sports who donate $1 or more in participating restaurants can write their name on a yellow jersey donation badge proudly hung in their local restaurant.

Donations are accepted both in-restaurant, when visiting a Triple O’s drive-thru, and on a donation page at TripleOs.com.

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