At the end of December, Brands For Canada started the delivery of 4,030 United Hearts care packages to the Toronto District School Board’s distribution centres. The packages are filled with personal individual care products and household supplies to support students and families living below the poverty line and will be distributed to 154 of Toronto’s Inner City Model Schools.
“Last month our employee team arrived early and stayed late after work to create these care packages for Phase 1 of the United Hearts Campaign,” noted Tria Urnom, Operating Director, Brands for Canada. “We’re also very grateful to the community and corporate volunteers who committed to the success of this project.”
Community Living Toronto joined Brands For Canada and brought 6 adult volunteers to contribute to the effort of putting together hundreds of care packages.
On Friday, December 16th Nulogy, a leading provider of enterprise cloud solutions for the contract packaging industry and tracking software provider to Brands for Canada, brought in a team of 15 people and created 1,000 packages in two hours.
This is only Phase 1 of the United Hearts campaign. Over the course of the next few weeks, Brands for Canada will will deliver an additional 2,990 United Hearts care packages to be distributed to 115 schools, and by the end of the month 2,844 more packages will be delivered for 314 elementary and secondary schools.