The Kelowna Women’s Shelter is once again partnering with Shopper’s Drug Mart to raise funds in support of women’s health through the annual Growing Women’s Health (formerly Tree of Life) campaign.
From September 12 through October 9, donations made at seven Shopper’s Drug Mart locations in Kelowna will go directly to the shelter. Last year’s campaign raised nearly $27,000, including $9,500 from a single store in Rutland.
The Growing Women’s Health campaign provides much-needed funding for 490 women’s health charities and organizations across Canada. Make a difference and support women’s health with donations of $1, $5, $10 or $50.
The campaign kicked off this week and continues for three more weeks — so now’s the time to go to your local Shopper’s, buy that item you’ve been thinking of and help a local woman in need.
On behalf of the Kelowna Women’s Shelter and all of the women you are supporting, thank you!