Pirate Pak sales support kids’ camp

NANAIMO – White Spot restaurants sold a record number of Pirate Paks to help children's camp.

Pirate Pak Day raised a bountiful chest of plunder to help send kids and young adults with life-threatening illnesses and chronic disabilities to summer camp.

The fundraising event, held annually by White Spot restaurants since 2008, raised $92,358 and sold a record-breaking 46,179 Pirate Paks, up 17 per cent from last year. This year’s top-selling Pirate Pak matey was Langley’s Willowbrook location.

The summer camp is held at the Zajac Ranch for Children in Mission. Since the initiative began, White Spot has raised $439,530 with the support of customers, and provided the opportunity for more than 200 youths to enjoy the summer camp experience.