Each generous donation is helping to build a strong community that is food secure and where all people and families can thrive.
The Link receives donations every year from individuals, organizations and business in our community. And happily, this support continues to grow.
In 2022, we received over 150 donations from people in the community, 35 donations from businesses and 8 donations from organizations in the Lakes District. In fact, donations to our programs and services have never been higher.
And this support makes a big difference.
One of our biggest challenges as a non-profit society is getting the funding we need to keep our programs operating – and growing. Donations from the community are important because they provide a portion of that funding.
This helps us provide families, children and individuals living complex lives with enough good food to eat and access to education, resources and support.
We invite you to join our community of supporters.
Because your support lies at the heart of everything we do.
Other Ways To Donate
Virtual Food Drive
A virtual food drive is a great way to maximize your fundraising efforts and encourage online donations to The Link!
A Gift In Your Will
Leaving a gift in your Will has a tremendous impact in our community for years to come.
Business & Industry
Making donations to The Link is an opportunity for your business and employees to make a difference.
Call, Mail Or Visit
You can send a cheque by mail, make an E-transfer or visit us in-person.
Supporters in Your Community
Hybrid 17, Four Rivers Co-op, The Tahtsa Group; Burns Lake Freight; Bulkley Valley Credit Union; Burns Lake Community Forest; Chinook Community Forest; Meridian Surveys; Tech North Solutions; Lake Babine Nation Forestry Services; Rio Tinto; SaveOn More; Dragon Palace; Decker Lake Forest Products; Babine Forest Products; Hampton Affiliates; Pub n Tandoori Grill; Michels; Drax; Lakes District News; Real Canadian Wholesale Club; DWB Consulting Services; Pacific Northern Gas; Dart Industries; Priestly Meats; The Moose FM; Canadian National Railway; Coastal GasLink; Artemis Gold; Red Apple; Tru Earth; Ursa Minor Brewing; Free Growing.
The Barkers, Island Gospel Fellowship; Wisteria Community Church; The Burns Lake Legion; Burns Lake Fire Association; Village of Burns Lake; NWD Female under 18A Pitbulls; Church of Laterday Saints; CBC
Did you know:
- More than 1,000 people currently in the Lakes District are in need of emergency food distribution as well as access to other Link programs and services.
- 30% of the children in Burns Lake who access The Link Food Centre do not have enough food to eat.
- People who live complex lives use emergency services more often and spend more time in the hospital.
Changes in life circumstances and rising costs of living mean some people in our community are living in poverty. Others are dealing with disabilities, addictions and trauma. Some do not have enough to eat.
These challenges affect everyone in our community.
How to Get Involved
Whether you donate, volunteer or join a program, there are many ways to get involved at The Link.
We invite you to join us today!
Get In Touch
125 - First Avenue, Burns Lake, BC
The Link offers programs and services on the territories of the Wet’suwet’en, Dakelh and Nedut’en peoples.