Kelowna’s Central Bar and Kitchen hosts fundraiser for Movember

The restaurant aims to raise money for men’s health at Kelowna General Hospital

Central Bar and Kitchen Movember initiative. (Contributed)

Central Bar and Kitchen Movember initiative. (Contributed)

Kelowna’s Central Bar and Kitchen are going full throttle for Movember this year.

The popular dining spot is aiming to raise as much money as it can for the Kelowna General Hospital for the purpose of men’s health and early detection and treatment for prostate cancer.

By purchasing Central’s delicious ‘Meatballs Caprese’ from Nov. 2 to 30, $2 from each purchase will go to the initiative. In addition, Neal Brown of Neighbourhood Brewing Co. has decided to piggyback on the initiative, donating $1 from every IPA sold until the end of November.

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GET YO’ MO ON AT CENTRAL! It’s officially November and Central’s fundraiser game is going full throttle! Our goal? To raise as much money as we can for Kelowna General Hospital for the purposes of mens health and early detection/treatment for prostate cancer. Purchase our delicious Meatballs Caprese from November 2nd – 30th and we will be donating $2 per order to this great cause. In addition to that our good friend Nealo Brown at Neighbourhood Brewing has decided to partner up with us as well. Every pint of their delicious Hazy IPA sold will earn another $1 towards the cause! Our amazingly talented manager Patrick Chore is leading the initiative with some of our incredible team Baylan, Cole, Michael and Ethan are our representatives and they encourage everyone to get in to Central for some delicious eats, refreshing pints, all for the greater good;) See you soon!

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