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Kelowna man gives back to atone for what he took

People who rely on the food bank often use it as a temporary measure, to make ends meet while paying off other bills.

Our next story is about a man who once relied on the food bank, and who now one of their big donors.

Joel Kutschera is the president of local Kelowna company, Vital Waters. He donates money, and lots of water, to the Kelowna food bank.

Daybreak host Chris Walker sat down with Joel to talk about his work with the food bank, and as you'll hear, the conversation took an unexpected turn.
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