Lowe’s Canada Heroes campaign will support charities in Waterloo Region and Guelph
For a fifth year, Lowe’s Canada is relaunching its Hero campaign from September 1 to September 30, matching 50% of the funds raised, up to $2,000 per location that will go to support charities, non-profits and organizations. public schools.
Customers and partners at participating sites across the country will be invited to make donations to support a local cause chosen by employees and help strengthen communities.
In the Atwood-Cambridge-Guelph-Kitchener-Waterloo area, local Lowe’s and Rona stores will support the following organizations:
Lowe’s Cambridge will support the Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank
Rona W. Filsinger & Son in Guelph will support Torchlight Services
Lowe’s Kitchener will support the Regional Municipality of Waterloo Foundation’s Child and Family Services
Rona BFD Building Center Inc. in Kitchener will support the Waterloo Region Food Bank
Lowe’s Waterloo will support the Waterloo Region Food Bank
“At Lowe’s Canada, we recognize the great work that these organizations do at the local level,” said Mélanie Lussier, director, external communications and sustainable development in a press release. “We are happy to support them in turn. The Lowe’s Canada Hero campaign brings people together in our network, demonstrating their desire to make a difference. With 313 participating locations supporting 242 organizations across the country, our network is more engaged and united than ever. .”