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Below you will find organizations from Downtown Kamloops who support the 2SLGBTQPIA+ community and have been run through Kamloops Pride's Sponsorship Matrix.

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Thrive Clinical Counselling

410-153 Seymour Street, Kamloops, BC V2C 2C7

Thrive Clinical Counselling and Consulting is a group of skilled therapists who specialize in working with children, youth, adults and families that have experienced, or are experiencing, adversity in their lives. Our therapists collaborate with clients to help them create goals, learn new skills, and develop a deeper understanding of themselves.

www.thriveclinical.ca

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Open Door Group

450 Lansdowne St #210, Kamloops

795 Tranquille Road Kamloops

250-377-3670

Our story starts in 1976, when a small group of dedicated volunteers in Vancouver began offering woodworking and sewing workshops to individuals living with disabilities. At the time, all they had was passion and the belief that everyone wants to — and can — participate in their community through meaningful work.

Today, we continue to operate on the fundamental belief that all individuals have the ability to succeed, and our commitment is stronger than ever.

 

Open Door Group is a CARF-accredited, not-for-profit organization and registered charity providing employment services to thousands of individuals a year, in six locations – including Vancouver, Sechelt, Squamish, Kelowna, Kamloops and Chase. We work with all individuals who are interested in preparing for, finding, and keeping meaningful employment.

In addition to employment services, we provide unique support programs for individuals living with mental illness in Vancouver and Kamloops

 

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Kamloops United Church

421 St Paul Street, Kamloops, BC V2C 2J7

At Kamloops United Church:

  • we welcome you as you are!

  • we embrace all who seek to live faithfully, regardless of sexual orientation, age, gender, racial or ethnic background, differing abilities, economic or cultural background

  • the church and its buildings serve many groups and individuals, including the marginalized people of downtown Kamloops

  • there’s lots of music!

  • we provide a safe place to pursue your spiritual quest

  • we take the Bible seriously but not necessarily literally

  • we embrace diversity of people and ideas, and respect other faith traditions

  • we offer multiple opportunities for growth in the spirit of Christ.

  • All are welcome

 

KUC Mission Statement: 


We covenant to be Christian disciples –Loving God, Following Jesus, Serving with Spirit

https://kamloopsunited.ca/

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Scoopz Ice Cream

265 Lorne Street Kamloops, BC, Canada V2C 1W2

(Below Sandman Hotel across from Riverside Park)

 

Your friendly neighbourhood ice cream parlour, a locally owned and operated business, SCOOPZ has become part of the community. A summer hot spot to cool off!


48 Flavours of FOOTHILLS hard ice cream!
~Dairy free Sorbet
~Sugar free ice cream
~Sherbet
~Peanut free options
~Gluten-Free options


The perfect spot to bring friends and family to celebrate summer, right by Riverside Park. We are a Kamloops classic, so come in and visit our fast and friendly staff! We have regular cones and waffle cones to go with our delicious ice cream. Plus milkshakes and floats. We also carry cold drinks including home made lemonade and freshly brewed sweet iced tea.


Cash, debit, visa or mastercard! 

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