For Every Computer Sold by My Tech Guys, We Give $5 to the Cumberland Forest Society

We are happy to announce our newest fundraising partnership that will lead to a restored, beautiful site very close to both our Comox and Courtenay stores.

Project Watershed have been given a name for the site by the K’ómoks First Nation and are now calling it Kus-Kus-Sum. Their vision is to create vibrant and productive habitat and connect it to Hollyhock flats, which is adjacent to the site and one of the most productive areas in the Estuary.

For every sale of a PC or Mac System, Tower, Laptop and All-in-One system, we will give $5 to the Kus-Kus-Sum Project and we are happy to announce we have reached a new milestone.

 

** $1000 **

A huge thank you to our customers for helping us reach this milestone and we are not finished! The campaign will run throughout our whole year of operation!

To find out more visit Project Watershed’s website or come on down to our stores to collect information and where we will be raising funds for the cause!

So many people in the valley enjoy kayaking, sailing and walking the trails in and around the Comox Valley Watershed. We are happy to continue to reach new milestones for our community support work and be allied with such an excellent cause like the Kus-Kus-Sum project.

Brian Bailey

Regional Manager, My Tech Guys

We are thrilled to be working with Project Watershed and First Nations on the Kus-Kus-Sum Project. There’s an incredibly strong alignment between our two organizations including this commitment to protecting what we feel is one of the best features of the Comox Valley, for both wildlife and the Community.

Bob Wells

Owner / Technician, My Tech Guys

The sponsorship is part of My Tech Guys ongoing commitment to the Comox Valley and the Project Watershed joins a list of charities My Tech Guys support including the Cumberland Forest Society, YANA, #WeareYQQ, #in2transit, CYMC, Projecto Cocomango, Habitat for Humanity, Chamber of Commerce, Rotary, Start-up Canada, Fertile Ground, Comox Valley Musicfest, the Child development Telethon and many more.

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