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Glenfiddich has donated $131,616 to Wounded Warriors Canada, the largest single donation amount Wounded Warriors Canada has received to date.
The donation is a result of an ongoing Glenfiddich fundraiser where two dollars for every bottle of the Glenfiddich 15 Year Old Solera sold across Canada is provided in support of Canada’s wounded or injured soldiers and reservists.
“Since the relationship between Glenfiddich and Wounded Warriors Canada began, we have been constantly inspired by their pioneering efforts in support of Canada’s injured soldiers and their families,” says Beth-Anne Thomas, National Brand Manager for Glenfiddich. “This donation is part of our on-going commitment to their ground-breaking treatment programs and organization. This donation today also represents the support of each and every Glenfiddich 15 Year Old consumer across Canada over the past 12 months, and we are committed to continuing this $2.00 per bottle donation into 2014 and beyond”.
The record-breaking donation was presented to an overjoyed Phil Ralph, National Program Director of Wounded Warriors Canada this Wednesday at the Moss Park Armoury in Toronto, Ontario. Ralph was joined by members of the Wounded Warriors Canada community, servicemen and women from the armoury and Glenfiddich representatives.