PHOTO: Shoppers Drug Mart supports Heartland Victim Services

Every year, Shoppers Drug Marts support the fall’s fundraising program designed to ‘Grow Women’s Health’

From left, Dr. Brad Snodgrass and Lena Snodgrass (owners and pharmacists of Shoppers Drug Mart) and Sarah Eades (assistant program manager of Heartland Victim Services). Every year, Shoppers Drug Marts across the country support the fall’s fundraising program designed to ‘Grow Women’s Health’. Each locally-owned store can choose their own “LOVE YOU” charity to support. This past year from Oct. 5th – Nov. 1st, Snodgrass Shoppers chose Heartland Victim Services to support. Thankfully to all of our kind patrons we were able to raise $1,045 for Heartland Victim Services. This is incredible and means so much to us as health care providers and we know it will make such a difference for those seeking help.

Every year, Shoppers Drug Marts support the fall’s fundraising program designed to ‘Grow Women’s Health’

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