Coastal Community Private Wealth Group is the Vancouver Island Symphony Season Sponsor

Mar 2, 2022

Over the last couple of years, we have found ourselves in a place that we would never have imagined.

Our current health crisis has changed the way we work, live, and play in our daily lives with our very own beloved symphony greatly impacted. As we look back over this past winter along with spring just in front of us, we hope, “this year” is the year the pandemic ends and we learn how to live in the new world, however that may look.

At Coastal Community Private Wealth Group, we stand strongly with our very own Vancouver Island Symphony to help where we can. We know times are hard for individuals, their families and causes we are so passionate about. Those days of a dinner with friends, a symphony performance led by Pierre seem like a distant memory but we truly believe they are very near in our sights once again.

It takes a true community, sometimes virtual and sometimes in person to make great things happen. We are confident that we will get through this, one day at a time. As Dr. Bonnie Henry has said many times, “Be Kind, Be Calm, Be Safe”

– Don Tamelin & Melissa Lavoie
Coastal Community Private Wealth Group

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