COBS Bread is supporting the Burns Bog Conservation Society.

Buy bread, raise dough for Burns Bog

Portion of COBS Bread purchases will support Delta's Burns Bog Conservation Society.

How can you support the Burns Bog Conservation Society, feel good about yourself, but have someone else pay for it? It’s easy.

COBS Bread has chosen the Burns Bog Conservation Society to be part of their Dough Raising program.

Shoppers do not have to be a member of the society. Just call the office at 604-572-0373 or drop by one of the four participating COBS locations to get a “Dough Raising Card.” Show it to a COBS sales assistant when going bread shopping, and COBS will donate five per cent of  purchases to the society.

The four participating COBS locations are:

• Scott Road and 72 Avenue Centre, 7243 120 St., North Delta

• Ocean Park, 12857 16 Ave., Surrey

• Semiahmoo Shopping Centre, 1701 152 St., Surrey

• Marine Way, 7515 Market Crossing, Burnaby

COBS Bread’s Dough Raising Program is an ongoing program, and there is another opportunity this coming Saturday, July 16 to support the BUrns Bog Conservation Society.

From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. the Scott Road & 72nd COBS location in Delta is hosting a fundraising event, selling hot dogs, pop and selected baked goods. Proceeds go to the society’s education programs.

Burns Bog Conservation Society is a non-profit environmental organization working to conserve and protect Burns Bog, a globally unique ecological greenspace in North Delta.

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