With the aim of raising funds for women’s health, the ninth annual Tree of Life fundraising campaign was launched by the Shoppers Drug Mart locations all over Canada last week.
The campaign will be carried out for four weeks, from September 18 to October 15. It is hoping to raise good amount of funds, to help the charities they serve up and leading local women's health organizations.
Different donation levels have now been introduced for the customers in this year’s campaign. A leaf will be available for $1, a "cardinal" for $50 and a "butterfly" for $5 in the campaign.
Manager of community investment with Shoppers Drug Mart, Lisa Gibbs said that they are confident about the ninth annual Tree of Life campaign and it will bring about 1005 of profits. These profits will be bestowed women's health organizations.
She also made sure that women have every right to access the information and resources, which they want in their life to live healthy by body, mind and spirit.
“With the commitment and support of our pharmacist-owners and their teams at store level, our employees and customers, we are confident that we will reach our goal”, said Lisa.
The aim of the campaign is to raise at least $2 million to improve the health facilities for women and their families in Canada.
- Inquest into Death of Dylan Crean, 3, Finds Communication Failings between Agencies
- Denise Welch Shares Her Experience during Fight against Depression
- Toy Car Helps 16-Year-Old Girl Recover of Paralysis
- Lack of Support Makes Carers in Scotland Fail in Relationships
- Vodafone pays no corporation tax in UK for second consecutive year, despite earning over £5bn