The Miracle Fund raises money for worthwhile community projects in the South Okanagan to benefit children and adolescents. Funds raised have been used for projects such as building the children’s playground in Lakawanna Park, erecting the sports court located at the Penticton Youth Park and purchasing a fetal heart monitor for the Penticton Regional Hospital. Projects are selected based on their benefit to children and community need. Through partnerships with corporate sponsors, the Miracle Fund is pleased to support worthwhile projects in our community. Charitable agencies can also apply directly to the Miracle Fund for financial support of specific projects based on community need.
The Miracle Fund has funded many families and children’s projects over the years, here are just a few of them…
Osoyoos Little Lending Library
Discovery Park at Skaha Lake:
The South Okanagan’s only natural playground with unique natural elements that enhance opportunities for children to socialize, explore and discover nature in a community park.
Dale Meadows Playground:
A covered playground in the Dale Meadows Sports Complex in Summerland that allows children to play safely!
Lakawana Park (Children’s Playground):
This bright, attractive, safe facility is for children of all ages. The focal point for fun, exercise and family outings is conveniently located at Power Street and Okanagan Lake Drive.
Riverside Drive Youth Sports Court:
This Sports Court provides a modern multi-use facility for the youth of our area. It allows for basketball games, ball hockey, rollerblading… whatever! Kids have the freedom to organize their own fun, just like the “good ole’ days!” The court is located adjacent to the Skateboard Park.
Keremeos Youth Sports Complex and Playground:
A safe, modern facility for the citizens of Keremeos and area. It offers a focal point for exercise, fun and get togethers. An example of the Miracle Fund providing opportunities throughout the South Okanagan.
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