Sun Peaks Resort is bringing back their popular annual Toonie Day to support the local Kamloops Food Bank on Monday, Dec. 3rd. For only $2.00 and a non-perishable food donation, skiers and boarders can enjoy the early season snow conditions at Sun Peaks, while helping to support families in need. This annual event has been a hit with all the skiers and boarders who are looking to have a great time on the slopes at an extremely affordable rate, while also giving back to the local community.
Sun Peaks is asking guests to bring canned fish and poultry as well as peanut butter, as these items are the most needed at the local food bank. Other items that the food bank is looking for includes baby food and formula, canned stew, chili, brown beans, canned vegetables and fruit, dry pasta, rice, canned spaghetti sauce, cereal and canned soup.
Toonie Day Supports the Sun Peaks Community…
Toonie Day has been an extremely popular tradition bringing in thousands of donations each year for the local food bank and community. Last year, Sun Peaks and its guests raised nearly $6,000 over two Toonie Day events.
Unofficially, the Toonie Day event is Sun Peaks Resort first major event for the season, but they have many winter events scheduled, including the annual Family Cup in early January. Be sure to grab your family vacation rental in Sun Peaks for the Family Cup and other Sun Peaks events this winter.