Peninsula family makes $10,000 donation to watershed projects

Peninsula Streams Society recently received a big donation from David Spence and his wife Donna Otto of Brentwood Bay.

  • May. 2, 2015 5:00 p.m.

David Spence

SIDNEY — Peninsula Streams Society recently received a big donation from David Spence and his wife Donna Otto of Brentwood Bay.

“Never before in our 13-year history have we received such a single large personal donation,” said Ian Bruce, executive co-ordinator of the Society. “We will receive the funds over a three year period, distributing the money into project development activities over that time.”

The donation will be used to leverage other funds for new projects and programs on Saanich Peninsula streams.

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