#Fuelgoodday Sept 19th
August 30, 2023

Fuel Good Day was a success!!!!! 

Here are our totals, we would like to thank everybody who came out and supported our recipients in each town. 

Kitimat Humane Society - $1,310
Terrace Hospice Society - $1204.53
Burns Lake & District Community Foundation - $1042.67
Vanderhoof Minor Football - $1903.53
Prince George Humane Society - $4117.43
Quesnel & District Hospice Palliative Care Association - $1000.00
BC SPCA Williams Lake - $2159.63
100 Mile House Food Bank Society - $1000.00

WE SOLD 112,876.37L and DONATED A TOTAL OF $13,737.79


#FuelGoodDay is back on Tuesday, September 19th!

Where we donate 10ยข per litre of fuel sold at our 12 Four Rivers Gas Bars and donate it to local organizations within our local community. This year we are donating to 8 recipients! 

Kitimat Humane Society is a not for profit organization located in Kitimat B.C. that is dedicated to receiving animals from across the northwest region of British Columbia. Their primary goal is to facilitate the adoption of as many animals as possible within the local vicinity. Alternatively, they collaborate with other organizations to secure suitable homes for these animals in different locations. Learn More HERE

Terrace Hospice Society officially attained the status of a registered society on August 13, 1992,. It originated as a collective of individuals who harbored shared apprehensions regarding the availability of support services aimed at assisting the terminally ill and their families. Learn More HERE

Burns lake & District Community Foundation represents a commendable and well-established initiative, specifically crafted to contribute to the betterment of Burns Lake and its surrounding district. Learn More HERE

Vanderhoof Minor Football functions as a community-operated sports program that ensures the active participation of children spanning various age groups in wholesome and physical endeavors throughout the entire year. Learn More HERE

Prince George Humane Society operates as a community-centered, officially registered charitable organization that offers a secure sanctuary for animals subjected to abuse, neglect, and abandonment within the Northern region of British Columbia. Furthermore, the organization directs its efforts toward extending assistance to rural and First Nation communities. Alongside this, they provide an array of educational initiatives and services to the community, fostering a culture of compassionate treatment toward all animals while advocating responsible pet ownership. Learn More HERE

Quesnel and District Hospice Palliative Care Association represents a convergence of ideas and collaboration between palliative care and hospice approaches. Operating as a non-profit association, this organization plays a supportive role for hospice and palliative care within the Quesnel and district area. Learn More Here

BC SPCA Williams Lake operates as one among 42 BC SPCA establishments spread throughout the province, dedicated to aiding animals that are ill, mistreated, abandoned, or without a home. Whether you're seeking to welcome a new animal companion into your household or seeking ways to contribute positively to the welfare of animals in the community, this organization is equipped to assist. The BC SPCA operates as a non-profit entity, primarily reliant on contributions from the community to support animals in distress. Learn More Here

100 Mile House Food Bank Association has a clear objective, that objective is to furnish sustenance to individuals who face the threat of hunger or malnourishment due to economic hardship. The organization is resolute in its stance that hunger should not be tolerated under any circumstances. Learn More Here

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