Help Project Watershed fund our restoration, research, and education projects in the Comox Valley! Tickets go on sale June 1st. 1000 tickets available at $5 each.
To give everyone the opportunity to participate in this fundraising initiative for Kus-kus-sum and get an amazing piece of art we are raffling off three tickets. Raffle tickets are $20 and on sale until 10 am, May 5th.
If you have a ticket or thinking about getting a ticket, this is for you. The Old House Hotel & Spa and Locals Restaurant have teamed up to help us preview a selection of the artwork featured at the Paintings, By The Numbers event.
An event where art lovers can get a great deal and support one of the biggest restoration projects in the Comox Valley. The event will take place May 14th, 2022 at 40 KNOTS. Tickets on sale now.
A gallery of the 50 paintings available through the Paintings, By The Numbers event on May 14th, 2022. Paintings donated by Ken Kirkby and Nana Cook.
These cards help protect & restore habitat in the Comox Valley. A card will be sent to a special someone when you make a donation.
Project Watershed hosted a Fundraising Blitz this November which closed with a Reverse Telethon on Saturday, November 28th. The Blitz successfully raised over $60,000 and donations are still rolling in. All donations from the Blitz have been matched by the Ngan-Page family fund and they have extended their commitment to match donations until December 31st!
Project Watershed Now Accepts E-transfers
Christmas is coming and this year visits with relatives, friends and family are being discouraged. In these social distancing times sending a beautiful card will show you care and support our local environment.
A three tiered fundraiser that includes a 50/50 raffle, online auction, and reverse telethon to raise funds to protect and restore Kus-kus-sum.
Project Watershed has raised over $2.9 million for Kus-kus-sum and they are closer than ever to acquiring and restoring the site to natural habitat for fish & wildlife, climate change mitigation, reconciliation and community health.
Deanne McRae and Mackenzie Gartside have started something new in downtown Courtenay – The Uplifters Shop. Unlike a normal for profit retail store, most of the items they sell have some kind of charity kickback. In this way the store “lifts up” a variety of charities both local and abroad. One project they are supporting is Project Watershed’s Kus-kus-sum initiative.