In light of the recent devastating flooding across BC, we are pleased to share a generous matching campaign offer.
In partnership with the New Car Dealers Association of BC (NCDA) and the Recreational Dealers Association of BC (RVDA), the Wheaton Family and the First Canadian Financial Group will match all donations to the Canadian Red Cross BC Flood and Extreme Weather Appeal up to the first $500,000.
Donations from NCDA and RVDA members will be matched by the Wheaton Family and First Canadian Financial Group, up to the first $500,000.
How To Donate
If you would like to participate in the matching offer from the Wheaton Family and the First Canadian Financial Group, please email or call our representative at the Canadian Red Cross, Dean Yano (Manager, Corporate Partnerships) noting how you’d like to make your donation (by cheque, EFT, or credit card and use reference title BC Floods and Extreme Weather Appeal).
Telephone: (604) 709-6748
If the provincial or federal governments announce a matching fund campaign at a later date, these donations will qualify. All donations will receive a tax receipt.
Canadian Red Cross – Getting Resources To Those In Need
The Canadian Red Cross has launched the British Columbia Floods and Extreme Weather Appeal to support those impacted by the recent severe rainfall across the British Columbia southern coast and interior regions, which resulted in multiple flooding events, landslides, power outages, and other incidents.
The Canadian Red Cross is working closely with community leadership and all levels of government on how to best support people who are impacted by flooding and extreme weather in British Columbia.
- Where requested, Canadian Red Cross teams are providing emergency support services to people who are impacted by flooding and extreme weather in British Columbia, on behalf of local authorities.
- Red Cross is also providing cots, blankets, and clean-up kits to communities, upon request.
- The Red Cross is also on standby and ready to provide additional support to community leadership, as well as local and provincial authorities to help meet the urgent and emerging needs of impacted communities.