Shoppers Tree of Life campaign benefits RCH’s Mental Health and Substance Use program

Shoppers Tree of Life campaign benefits RCH’s Mental Health and Substance Use program

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(From left) Shoppers Drug Mart’s Hajera Baqi, pharmacist-owner, 3433 North Road, Burnaby; Kal Billing, pharmacist-owner, 1942 Como Lake Avenue, Coquitlam; and Kirtesh Patel, pharmacist-manager, 528B Clark Road, Coquitlam, present Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation with a cheque for $4,177.00 on behalf of the pharmacist-owners and managers of five Shoppers Drug Mart locations in the Burnaby, New Westminster and Tri-Cities areas. These Shoppers Drug Mart locations raised funds through their Tree of Life campaign that ran from September 14 to October 11 in support of RCH’s Mental Health and Substance Use program for patient rehabilitation and comfort items. (Not shown: Hong Ting, pharmacist-owner, Royal City Centre; and Amandeep Duhra, pharmacist-owner, Plaza 88, 811 Columbia Street, New Westminster).