Victoria (ISN) – Donations to the Mustard Seed Food Bank from the Q’s Victoria Track Series are in serious jeopardy after one of the cameras that is used to capture the races on video as well as interview participants, was taken from the meet at Oak Bay High School Track, Saturday, June 2nd.
The Q’s Victoria Track Series raises money for the Mustard Seed Food Bank as well as provides runners of all abilities the opportunity to run and compete on the track – a rare experience.
The donations are in jeopardy after one of the cameras that is used to capture the races on video as well as interview participants, was taken from the meet at Oak Bay High School Track, Saturday, June 2nd.
Synergy Health Centre is partnering with the series to help raise enough money to replace the camera, so that proceeds earmarked as donations can be given to the Mustard Seed Food Bank. Plus any extra dollars generated will also go directly to the Mustard Seed.
Each year (there are several track meets) donations are collected at each meet, additionally, at the end of the track season approximately $1600 is handed over to the foodbank. In turn, the Mustard Seed volunteers help with registration and athlete check-in at each of the meets.
Your donation will give you the opportunity to try out discounted classes and health services at Synergy Health Centre and contribute to a good cause. Interested people can phone or drop-in to Synergy Health Centre to donate over the next two weeks, then they have six months of time to redeem their purchase in Fitness Classes like Yoga and Pilates and Health Services like Physio and Massage, for example
See the attached flyer below for more details and of course should you have any information regarding the stolen camera, please do not hesitate to contact Series Director Christopher Kelsall at email@example.com