EnactusOC hosts fundraiser for World Cup journey to Puerto Rico

By College Relations | August 9, 2022

EnactusOC students by the waterfront smiling about their upcoming World Cup performance.

The Okanagan College Enactus team will host a fundraiser at Volcanic Hills Estate Winery to raise funds to compete in the Enactus World Cup in Puerto Rico and represent Canada.

Join Enactus Okanagan College for the fundraising event that will take place on Aug. 28 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Volcanic Hills Estate Winery. This event is being held to support the national team on their journey to represent Canada at the Enactus World Cup in Puerto Rico. After a successful showing in May, the OC team won their semifinal round and will be  competing in the final round of competition on Sept. 30 in Toronto for a chance to represent Canada at the Enactus World Cup.

The event will include an evening of wine, appetizers, live music by Marilynne Anne Christensen, and a silent auction with support from big-name brands such as Big White, the Kelowna Airport  (YLW), UncorkBC and more. For $50 a ticket, you can participate in a wonderful event, meet the Enactus Okanagan College team and support them to victory.

Tickets include a complimentary wine tasting, appetizers, live music, and access to participate in the silent auction. Additional wine purchases will be purchased at your own cost.   

Buy your tickets to a night of fun and wine today from EnactusOC Eventbrite Tickets.

Enactus is a worldwide organization that shapes generations of student entrepreneurs who are passionate about making positive change. Enactus operates in 35 countries, over 1,730 college and university programs, and positively impacts the lives of over 1.3 million people annually. Enactus aims to create a better, more sustainable world.

Enactus Okanagan College (OC) is a non-profit organization that enables value-driven student leaders to form connections, build confidence, and positively impact local communities through social, economic and environmental projects. Our team expands across Okanagan College’s four campuses in Penticton, Kelowna, Vernon and Salmon Arm and is home to over 70 student volunteers leading various projects across the Okanagan.

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