From left to right are Tim Pollack

Donation made to Our Daily Bread

Organization is a safe, warm, comfortable environment where people can connect with each other and access community services.

Nelson Brewing Company donates $2,500 to Our Daily Bread.

Our Daily Bread is not just a hot lunch program; it is also a safe, warm, comfortable environment where people can connect with each other and access community services.

Human connection is as important as food in the belly.

Jim Reimer says, “Please remember ODB this Christmas season. We exist completely by the generous donations of individuals, business, such as Nelson Brewing Company and volunteers that support us.

To volunteer or to give a financial gift, visit 520 Falls Street or online at www.kootenaychristianfellowship.com. The phone number is 1-888-761-3301.

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