NEW DONATION FROM THE BRICK ENABLES LIFE-CHANGING PROGRAMS AND CARE
EDMONTON, AB – Thanks to thousands of customers purchasing Canadian made furniture from The Brick, Wounded Warriors Canada has received a donation of $200,000. This marks the fifth year the Canadian owned furniture maker has supported the charity through their “Proudly Canadian” Campaign. Wounded Warriors Canada has been utilizing the fundraising from this campaign to provide a wide range of programs and services for individual members and families affected by Operational Stress Injuries
Phil Ralph, National Program Director of Wounded Warriors Canada, remarked, “Today we celebrate the Brick, a Canadian company whose ongoing vision and leadership leverages its position as a leader in the sale of Canadian made furniture into an ongoing commitment to supporting those Veterans, First Responders and their families who are injured as a result of their service to Canada. Since their first contribution, the Brick’s faith in the mission of Wounded Warriors Canada amounts to $750,000 dollars, enabling us to grow and expand programing across Canada. These programs continue to change and save lives and the Bricks significant partnership reminds us that as a nation we are in this together.”
ABOUT THE BRICK:
Since 1971, The Brick has been dedicated to helping improve the lives of Canadians, Brick by Brick. Today, The Brick, which is owned by Leon’s Furniture Ltd, has become Canada’s largest home furniture retailer. The Brick is dedicated to giving financial, volunteer and in-kind support to an array of worthwhile charities, events and fundraisers across Canada.