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Kelowna
1640 Leckie Rd Unit 120
Kelowna, BC
V1X7C6

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West Kelowna
525 HWY 97 S Unit 630
West Kelowna, BC
V1Z4C9

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Kelowna
590 HWY 33 W Unit 27
Kelowna, BC
V1X6A8

250-861-3777
866-582-3777
250-862-4755
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Connecting to our community

At The Co-operators, we believe the world is a better place when we take care of the things that matter most. We help build stronger, safer communities by actively supporting issues like distraction-free driving, mental health, flood safety, and sustainability.

Ask us about our community involvement and our national safety initiative Drive out Distraction. Distracted driving is a factor in one in every four crashes and is increasingly putting our communities at risk. We all play an important role in making our roads safer and you can help by taking our distraction-free driving pledge.

Check out some of our other partnerships like In Your Face and Interactive with award-winning drummer Mitch Dorge from the Crash Test Dummies (available in English only); and Kids Help Phone. Both help support and educate young people in our communities.



In 2015, The Co-operators contributed $5.8 million to support Canadian community groups.


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