Penticton Proudly Feeds

Meet the Penticton Starfish Team!




You Make A


$750 feeds a child in Penticton each weekend of the school year!


Online donations can be made by clicking here:

For more info please contact
Tracy Van Raes,

Thank you for your support!

We are so thankful for our

Diamond Sponsors

(Donations of $20,000+)

We are so thankful for our

Platinum Sponsors

(Donations of $10,000 – $19,999)

We are so thankful for our

Gold Sponsors

(Donations of $5,000 – $9,999)

100 Men Who Care

Cascades Casino

Eagles #4281

RPR Heating

Glass Ops

We are so thankful for our

Silver Sponsors

(Donations of $2,500 – $4,999)

Glow Skincare

BP Wood

100 Women Who Care

Gil Szabo

Seventh Day Adventist Church


Penticton Home Hardware

Nicolson Exteriors

Murray GM

Lori Lancaster

Coldwell Banker

Penticton & Friends Charity Golf Classic

Sprott Shaw College

Barley Mill Pub

CUPE Local 523

Nature’s Fare Market

JCI Penticton

Underwriters Insurance

LIUNA Local 1611

Blaze King

Sally Bouchard


We are so thankful for our

Bronze Sponsors

(Donations of $1,000 – $2,499)

Valley Geotech Engineering

Kelly Orriss Lindsey/Raymond James

Nufloors Penticton

Tin Whistle Brewing Co.

Smile Enhancement Studio

LUSO Canadian Multicultural Society

H&RT Services

Shannon Simpson

Berdick Manufacturing

Joyce Geering

Penticton Church of the Nazarene

Columbia Elementary School

Access Mechanical

Grape Friends Lounge & Tours

Connie Tweedie

Courtesy Taxi

Rene Carloni

Natalie Ferebee

Penticton Rona

Two Peas in a Pod

Bethel Kids Penticton

Fountain Tire Penticton

Minuteman Press


Penticton Starfish expands into High Schools

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Penticton Creates "Starfish Backpack Month"

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Over $500 Raised for Penticton Starfish Through Bottle Drive

Empty bottles and cans are helping put food into the empty bellies of some Penticton kids. Read Article Here

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