London Drugs donation of $20,000 to B.C. Learning Disabilities Association
VANCOUVER, B.C. (February 7, 2011) - On Friday February 4, 2011 London Drugs presented a donation of $20,000 to the Learning Disabilities Association. The $20,000 was raised from the sale of specially designed key chains at London Drugs locations across British Columbia. The funds will go towards continued specialized remedial tutoring for children and youth with learning disabilities between the ages of 5 to 17. Association programs include: remedial reading and writing, remedial math, social skills development, youth skills development, and Orton Gillingham tutoring. In attendance at the presentation were (left to right) Dave Woogman, London Drugs Store Manager, Annette Stark. London Drugs Retail Operations Supervisor, Diane Sugars, Learning Disabilities Association Executive Director, and Dolly Wilson, London Drugs Retail Operations Coordinator.
ABOUT LONDON DRUGS
Founded in 1945, B.C.-based London Drugs currently has 73 stores in more than 35 major markets throughout British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Renowned for its creative approach to retailing, the company employs more than 7,500 people and carries a diverse range of health and consumer electronic products. With its strong commitment to innovation and customer appreciation, London Drugs has established itself as a reputable and caring company and continues to position itself for future growth and development.
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Posted on Feb.11, 2011