Beltone Canada launches food drive

The public is invited to bring a non-perishable food item to the local Beltone Hearing Centre, 3453 Saanich Rd. in Saanich, until Dec. 19

Beltone Canada is launching a food drive to help feed those less fortunate in local communities throughout select cities across Canada.

The public is invited to bring a non-perishable food item to the local Beltone Hearing Centre, 3453 Saanich Rd. in Saanich, until Dec. 19.

Beltone will match all food donations with a monetary donation to Food Banks Canada, while anyone making a donation will receive a risk-free Beltone hearing evaluation. The hearing evaluation will help determine how well they currently hear and if they are in need of hearing help.

“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.”

 

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