FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Co-op gas bar has pumped out some cash for the Fort St. John Hospital Foundation.
Residents who went to fill up at the 114 Avenue gas bar on September 21st for Fuel Good Day helped raise $1,007 for the Foundation.
On top of donating 10 cents per litre fueled, one dollar from every Cooperative Coffee and Co-op Big Cool slushie, and two dollars from every car wash sold went to the Foundation.
The gas bar in Mile Zero raised over $1,800 for the 1st Dawson Creek Scouts.
Over 400 gas bars through Western Canada participated in the event this year.
In 2020, just over half a million dollars was raised for nearly 190 organizations in Western Canada. Since its launch in 2017, more than $2.4 million has been raised through Fuel Good Day.
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