Isagenix, a global health and wellness products and solutions company, recently hosted its inaugural Red and White Kick Off event in Toronto at the Beanfield Centre.
When Isagenix learned that the Canadian Safe School Network (CSSN) would be hosting an event at the centre on the same weekend, the company saw an opportunity to support an organization that shared similar values. CSSN hosted its 20th annual national conference bringing educators across Ontario together with the mission of enhancing the safety and well-being of their schools and communities.
As a way of thanking CSSN for their impact on education and for their contributions to the local community, Isagenix donated 200 backpacks. The organization was able to provide the backpacks to its annual event participants and exhibitors.
“It’s wonderful that both our organizations believe in collaborating and contributing to the community,” said Bill Byrd, Canadian Safe Schools administrator. “As a small not-for-profit organization, CSSN relies heavily on the generosity of donors such as Isagenix, and we are grateful for the support.”
“We hold inspiring events throughout the year that attract thousands of members who come to learn more about Isagenix and our products,” said Cheryl Lewis, vice president of corporate affairs for Isagenix. “Our goal is to not only have an impact on our members, but to also leave a lasting impression on the entire community where we are hosting our events. We were so honoured to show our gratitude to an amazing organization like CSSN and to be able to support the local community of Ontario.”
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