Sweets for the SPCA

Quesnel businesses raise money for the BC SPCA during Treat Week

Manager Sandra Lewis meets one of the furry visitors who came to AC&D Insurance this week for the BC SPCA Treat Week fundraiser. AC&D Insurance offered home-baked treats — for humans and for dogs — all week by donation to the Quesnel SPCA. AC&D Insurance was the top fundraiser, donating $639.60 after the business matched the public’s donations of $319.80. Photo submitted

Quesnel businesses raised more than $2,000 to help local animals last week.

As of Monday, March 4, Treat Week has raised $2,184.20 for the Quesnel SPCA.

Eleven local businesses took part in the fundraiser, selling baked goods in support of the BC SPCA throughout the week, including AC&D Insurance, Fraser River Chevrolet, Quesnel Toyota, CF Diesel Tire, Quesnel SPCA, Q Fitness, Barkerville Brewing Co., Lil Red Pony Feed and Supplies, D’Arcy’s Glass, Quesnel City Hall and City of Quesnel Public Works Department.

AC&D Insurance was the top fundraiser, donating $639.60 after the business matched public donations. The second-highest fundraiser was Fraser River Chevrolet, which donated $551.80.

Treat Week is an expanded version of the BC SPCA’s previous Cupcake Day fundraiser, which last year raised $1,000 for the Quesnel SPCA.

READ MORE: BC SPCA’s Treat Week kicks off in Quesnel


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From left, Lori Abrosimoff, Curtis Luy, Kelsey Mallett and Shallyn Cook sell baked goods at Fraser River Chevrolet during BC SPCA Treat Week last week. The dealership was the second-highest fundraiser for the week, raising $551.80. Lindsay Chung photo

Bandit and the Quesnel SPCA visit employees at the Quesnel Public Works Yard during BC SPCA Treat Week. Photo submitted

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