Heart & Soul

THE HEART & SOUL CAMPAIGN DETAILS

Community Driver Award

Kia Victoria is thrilled to announce that we just won this year’s Community Driver Award for Vancouver Island Region! The distinction recognizes BC’s dealerships that exemplify business strength and community excellence with a significant focus on making tangible contributions to the growth and livability of their community or region.

Honestly, we’re SO EXCITED we want to shout this out from the top of Mount Doug. But we’ll settle for this newsletter instead.

This is truly what we want Kia Victoria to be about: being an impactful part of your community through charitable works and neighbourhood partnerships.

Community Giving Campaign

To celebrate, we’re launching A COMMUNITY GIVING CAMPAIGN.

We’re calling it our HEART & SOUL CAMPAIGN. Until March 30, 2020 we will accept nominations for a local charity that Kia Victoria will support for the month of April. We’re looking for organizations that truly mean something to our Kia Victoria family – that’s you!

So, let us know! Do you volunteer every year for a specific event? Do you have a charity that you donate to every year? Is there a special charity that means something extra special to you or your family? Or is there just a charity in Victoria that you know needs a boost? WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU.

Nominations

Send us a DM through Instagram or Facebook, or email bethan@kiavictoria.ca. Tell us what your charity means to you and how they could use our help. We’ll be highlighting the nominees all month long on our social media channels. Winner will be announced April 1, 2020.

Stay tuned for our Summer Soul Food Campaign with the Mustard Seed! That’s right we’re filling up another Kia Soul with non-perishable food!

Summer Soul Food

Stay tuned for our Summer Soul Food Campaign with the Mustard Seed! That’s right, we’re filling up another Kia Soul with non-perishable food!

Did you know that the need for donations at food banks often rises in the summer because children who normally rely on school breakfast programs no longer have that option? 

Demand is higher in the summer, but food banks aren’t on people’s radars during the summer months. In fact, most donations are made during family gathering times like Christmas, but they decline drastically in the summer, when school closures mean they’re more needed than ever.

Stay tuned for more information!