Molson Coors Volunteers “sharpen their pencils” for Heart & StrokeShare Tweet
It is the last week of April and the Molson Coors’ volunteers sharpen their pencils and flex their fingers to help the Heart and Stroke Foundation in local offices. Volunteers are needed at this time of year to help out with administration tasks, such as writing out receipts for donations, data entry and counting money from school campaigns in the area. Three groups of volunteers rose to the occasion and were able to cover off a morning and two afternoons at Brampton and Toronto Heart & Stroke Offices.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation, a volunteer-based health charity, leads in eliminating heart disease and stroke and reducing their impact through: the advancement of research and its application, the promotion of healthy living, and advocacy – please see www.heartandstroke.on.ca !
Photo L-R: Alice Lo, Brent Walker, Gary Matthews, Molson Coors; Arceli Muan, Nancy Mrazek, Sherry Willsie, Helen Gayowsky, Heart & Stroke Foundation; Jennifer Santos, Kristina Zapletal, Molson Coors
First stop of the day – Brampton Heart & Stroke office to help with year end receipts. This group did not stop until all of the piles were gone!!
Photo L-R: Angela Kacin, Melanie Selarno, Natalie Theodore, Laurie Clouthier, Molson Coors and Arceli Muan, Heart and Stroke Foundation
After a quick lunch I was back at the Heart and Stroke Foundation office for Group 2, small but mighty, these gals got the job done!
Kevin and Company traveled to the Heart and Stroke Foundation located on Yonge Street where they jumped in to help counting of cash and writing receipts out for donation submitted.
Guys, Job well done!