FROM CHOCOLATES TO CHARITY – ASSESSMED FORGOES CLIENT HOLIDAY BASKETS, MAKES $10,000 DONATION TO WOUNDED WARRIORS CANADA

TORONTO – AssessMed, Canada’s leading independent medical examination service company, presented Wounded Warriors Canada with a $10,000 donation in support of their leading mental health programs benefiting ill and injured Veterans, First Responders and their families. Like many large firms in Canada, each year during the holiday season, AssessMed allocates marketing funds for the purchase of holiday gift baskets to send to selected valued clients, as a token of appreciation. This year, AssessMed decided to forgo the delivery of holiday baskets and, instead, they made a donation in support of Wounded Warriors Canada on behalf of their firm and all of their valued clients.

Donald Kunkel, President of AssessMed, commented, “This year we have seen our soldiers and first responders been into action on what feels like a daily basis. We felt that our holiday marketing funds could not be better spent than through a charitable donation and when we learned of the amazing work of Scott Maxwell and his team at Wounded Warriors Canada, simply put, this initiative just felt right!”

Scott Maxwell, Executive Director of Wounded Warriors Canada, commented, “Our sincere thanks to AssessMed and their clients for supporting us in such an innovative way. This donation is evidence of the various ways in which the business community can help support our ill and injured Veterans, First Responders and their families. We are grateful for their support.”

ABOUT ASSESSMED:

AssessMed has been providing IME services to organizations across Canada since 1991.  AssessMed’s mission is to consistently provide the highest quality, evidence-based, credible, and defensible third party medical reports that are unbiased, without compromise, and reflective of the strict professional values of our assessors. AssessMed facilitates third party assessments while ensuring the utmost respect for the individual needs, cultural differences, and social dynamics of our clients, consultants, and employees.

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