Staples barbecue in Campbell River to support Special Olympics

The Give a Toonie. Share a Dream. campaign raises money to help support Special Olympics Canada

STAPLES Canada will be holding its annual Give a Toonie. Share a Dream. fundraiser Saturday as part of a nationwide campaign to help Special Olmpics.

On Saturday, Staples is hosting a Fundraising BBQ from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. in front of Staples at the Discovery Harbour Shopping Centre

The Give a Toonie. Share a Dream. campaign raises money to help support Special Olympics Canada. To find out more about this program, visit:  www.staples.ca/community.

 

About Staples Canada

Staples, Canada’s largest office products company, is committed to providing Canadians with a wide choice of office services and products. Serving all types of business—from the small home office to large enterprise—Staples makes it easy for customers to operate their offices efficiently and affordably by offering an extensive selection of office supplies, technology, electronics and office furniture as well as business services, including computer repair and maintenance, and copy and print services. Operating as Bureau en GrosMC in the province of Quebec and Staples® Canada in all other provinces, the company employs over 15,000 associates at 320+ stores and at their head office in Richmond Hill, Ontario. Ranked as one of Canada’s top five Canadian companies in Marketing Magazine’s Marketing/Leger 2010 Corporate Reputation Survey, Staples/Bureau en Gros is dedicated to offering customers the highest level of service, whether they choose to shop in-store, by catalogue or online. Staples Canada/Bureau en Gros is also invested in a number of corporate giving programs that actively support environmental, educational and entrepreneurial initiatives in Canadian communities from coast to coast. Visit  www.staples.ca for more information.

 

About Special Olympics Canada

Established in 1969, the Canadian chapter of this international movement is dedicated to enriching the lives of Canadians with an intellectual disability through sport.

Operating out of sport clubs in all Canadian provinces and territories, except Nunavut, this grassroots movement reaches beyond the sphere of sports to empower individuals, change attitudes and build communities. From two-year-olds to mature adults, more than 35,880 children, youth and adults with an intellectual disability are registered in Special Olympics year-round programs across Canada, and they are supported by more than 16,452 volunteers, including more than 12,209 trained coaches.

For more information, visit www.specialolympics.ca or follow them on Facebook and on Twitter (@SpecialOCanada).