A Message from Kahir Lalji, Executive Director of United Way SIBC:

In light of current events, United Way Southern Interior BC would like to make it abundantly clear that there is no place for violence or discrimination in the communities we live in. Our collective efforts in creating welcoming, inclusive and caring communities transcend race, creed and gender, and we must come together to take a stance on any form of discrimination. With knowledge, education and action, we must eradicate systemic racism and inherent biases. Discrimination in all its forms is an #UNIGNORABLE issue and we call on all of you to combat this by showing your #locallove.

Stand up. Be informed. Let’s work together.

A Message from the Dan Clement, President and CEO of United Way Centraide Canada:



Local Resources:











Racism and discrimination have no place in BC. As a core provider of community services from Peachland to Lake Country, KCR Community Resources has partnered with UBCO to provide a platform for discrimination incidents reporting. Your input is essential for the community to understand, assess , and address the current situation and challenges we face in our region.

Please report any discrimination or racism incident you have experienced or have witnessed in the Central Okanagan by filling out a report via the secure link below:

For more information or support in other languages, please contact:
wan@kcr.ca or call 250.763.8008 ext. 253