A Red Deer area Shoppers Drug Mart store raised over $1,500 in support of the Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre (CASASC).
Part of the Growing Women’s Health campaign, throughout the fall, customers could donate to the campaign in store, with donations going directly to CASASC to support those affected by sexual violence.
Each fall, the campaign provides customers with the opportunity to purchase and personalize a Growing Women’s Health icon, which are prominently displayed on the Growing Women’s Health tree in all participating stores.
The Growing Women’s Health campaign is held across Canada and is one of the leading partnership programs of the SHOPPERS LOVE. YOU. platform. National in scope, yet locally-based, the annual Growing Women’s Health campaign offers patients, customers and employees the opportunity to donate directly to the organizations that make a difference in their own communities.
Shoppers Drug Mart Highland Green, located in north Red Deer, raised $1,598 in donations for CASASC.
Since 2002, the Growing Women’s Health campaign has raised more than $35 million for Canadian health charities. In 2019, over 500 women’s health charities across Canada will benefit from the campaign’s proceeds with 100 per cent of funds staying in the community where they are raised.