Dairyland Milk Money Program

Together, helping kids in our community.

Over a Decade of Milk Money

Since the introduction of the full range of high quality Dairyland products to Village Food Markets in December 2009 and the first payout in March 2010, the program has donated over $71,000 to help our local Sooke schools overcome funding shortages for activities and programs. We look forward to the next payout in September 2022.

How the Milk Money Program Works

Thank you to all customers who have signed up for the Milk Money program to fund-raise for our local schools.

  SOOKE J.MUIR SASEENOS POIRIER RENFREW JOURNEY EMCS TOTALS
2010 $621 $896 $464 $1181 $85 $550 $1065 $4862
2011 $1158 $1046 $724 $1255 $267 $732 $1401 $6583
2012 $1079 $913 $584 $1024 $298 $633 $1214 $5745
2013 $1239 $962 $603 $893 $479 $643 $1181 $6000
2014 $1071 $883 $557 $845 $418 $605 $1056 $5435
2015 $908 $795 $486 $595 $471 $465 $796 $4516
2016 $1010 $970 $523 $615 $571 $464 $919 $5072
2017 $1138 $1104 $625 $685 $880 $554 $968 $5954
2018 $1030 $1115 $717 $647 $802 $709 $867 $5887
2019 $1064 $1360 $700 $655 $754 $783 $912 $6228
2020 $1043 $1511 $698 $669 $763 $840 $902 $6426
2021 $1142 $1799 $778 $782 $758 $1022 $857 $7138
2022 $380 $601 $314 $260 $247 $356 $296 $2454

Choose where your Milk Money goes!

About Dairyland

In 1914 a group of Vancouver Island dairy farmers created the Comox Valley Creamery near Courtenay. Through the years, this small dairy expanded to serve all of Vancouver Island and in 1946 they opened the Comox Creamery. In 1969 it was incorporated into Dairyland’s operations and moved to their present location in Vancouver in 1982. In 2001, Dairyland was acquired by Montreal-based Saputo, the largest cheese manufacturor in Canada. Since 1914 Dairyland has been donating dairy products to Vancouver Island families, community groups and schools that need a helping hand.