Beltone Canada launches 1st annual national food drive

Beltone, a global leader in hearing aids and hearing health for the past 76 years, recently announced the launch of the Beltone Canada Food Drive to help feed those less fortunate in local communities throughout select cities across Canada, including Campbell River.

From Dec. 1 until Dec. 19, the public is invited to bring a non-perishable food item to their participating local Beltone Hearing Centre. IN Campbell River it is a 530 – 1400 Dogwood St.

In return for helping with this very worthy cause, the public will receive a Risk-Free Beltone 360˚ Hearing Evaluation. Beltone will be doubling all food donations, in the form of a monetary donation to Food Banks Canada.

The hearing evaluation will help determine how well they currently hear and if they are in need of hearing help. It will go a long way in helping them make decisions on their current and future hearing needs.

“Our mission at Beltone is to help people hear better through our products and professional hearing care services,” said Beltone president, Corrine Perritano. “We are proud to improve quality of life for so many people and, at the same time, give back to the local communities in which we serve through the Beltone Canada Food Drive.”

For over 76 years, Beltone has established itself as a leader and innovator in hearing healthcare,” states Anthony Florek,” Beltone Vice President of Sales for North America.  “We are pleased to be part of the Beltone Canada inaugural Food Drive to help those in need across Canada.”

Just Posted

Campbell River teen on the mend a year later

Jonah Shankar’s treatment for brain tumour involved trips to UK

Monkey spotted on late-night jaunt in Campbell River

Conservation officers also apparently looking for cougar in the area

Community profiles show social determinants of health

Reports depict life in Campbell River and other Strathcona communities

‘Free Willy’ bill to end whale captivity supported by MP Blaney

Blaney says law would have died without efforts by New Democrat MPs

VIDEO: Pickup truck smashes into Campbell River home

No injuries reported in Friday morning incident

10 facts about Father’s Day

Did you know that the special day for dads was first celebrated in 1910?

B.C. VIEWS: When farmland protection doesn’t protect farmers

Secondary residences aren’t mansions, families tell Lana Popham

Bombers down B.C. Lions 33-23 in season opener

Former Lion Andrew Harris leads Winnipeg with 148 rushing yards

Northern B.C. family remembers murdered Indigenous woman with memorial walk

Still no closure for Ramona Wilson’s family 25 years later

B.C. university to offer mentorship program for former youth in care

Students using the provincial tuition waiver program will soon be able to form a community at KPU

Cyclists competing in one of the toughest bike races on the planet pass through Fernie

Divide riders looking strong as they finish first leg of 4160 km race

You might not know these B.C. records are public

Hired a lawyer to file a civil claim? Those are published online

B.C. bus driver loses case to get job back after texting while driving full bus

An arbitator ruled that Tim Wesman’s phone usage was a “a reckless disregard for public safety”

Revamped B.C. Lions set to battle veteran Winnipeg Blue Bombers

The Lions’ first test of the season will be a big one

Most Read