Shoppers Drug Mart stores across Chatham-Kent once again held their ‘Tree of Life – Growing Women’s Health Campaign’ in support of Chatham-Kent Hospice. Through generous donations made by customers and staff, the campaign raised over $24,000 which will be used to support ongoing operational needs.
“We are so thankful to Shoppers Drug Mart employees and their customers for their generosity. This donation is proof that small change can add up to make a big difference. Donations such as this help us continue to provide compassionate end-of-life care to families from across Chatham-Kent. ” said Steve Walker – Vice-Chair, Chatham-Kent Hospice Foundation.
Shown here are (L-R): Back- Dwayne Johnston (Ridgetown), Steve Walker – Vice-Chair, Chatham- Kent Hospice Foundation. Front: Delynne Marlatt (Wallaceburg), Aileen Murray – Director, Chatham- Kent Hospice Foundation, Laurie Leonard (Chatham Queen Street), Erin Berry (Blenheim), Mary Pardo – Blenheim (top seller). Missing from photo are Susan McQuaid (St. Clair, Chatham) and Yvette Tetzlaff (Grand Ave, Chatham