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You can WIN at CBC Daybreak Food Bank Day!


CBC Foodbank day is this Friday, and while Daybreak may not be host to all the stars that will be in Vancouver (pictured above), we have some special incentive prizes for people who donate to foodbanks in our area!

Please note: winners of an incentive prize will not receive a tax receipt for their donation

1) Book lover's prize (giveaway between 6:30 and 7:00 a.m. PT)

Otter Books in Nelson has hand-selected a collection of books that's designed to appeal to just about every reader. There's sure to be something for everyone!

"The Peace Book" by Todd Parr
"The Hobbit" by J.R.R. Tolkien
"Sneakiest Uses for everyday things" - Cy Tymony
"The Hundred-Foot Journey" - Richard C. Morais
"The Perfect Order of Things" - David Gilmor
"Into That Darkness" - Steven Price
"Hoot" - Carl Hiaasen
"The White Tiger" - Aravind Adiga

Donation Value: $140

This prize can be shipped within B.C.

Donation prize offered as described, no exceptions or substitutions. 

2) A Culinary Adventure for six in your own home (giveaway between 7:00 and 8:00 a.m PT)

Executive Chef Roger Planiden of Culinary Adventure will bring dinner, along with his culinary expertise to you and five friends at a location of your choice. The cooking class includes learning four different dishes and complimentary wines, provided by local Summerland winery Okanagan Crush Pad. The class includes equipment and cooking tools, dishes and utensils.

Donation Value: $600

This prize is valid in the Okanagan Valley from Oliver to Kelowna. Date of the cooking class must be on a mutually convenient date and time to all parties. Based on availability so please book in advance. Not available on holidays, or on weekends through July and August. Gratuity is not included but taxes inclusive.

Donation prize offered as described, no exceptions or substitutions.   

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