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Operation Protect with SafeCare BC

Operation Protect with SafeCare BC

Since Covid-19 spread throughout the world leading to a global pandemic, we’ve all had to make adjustments to this new way of living. Through the struggle and uncertainty, we’ve seen our communities come together and support each other and our front line workers. Within our own Living Alchemy community, we’ve received tremendous support from our employees, retailers, and customers alike.

Our team wanted to give back to our community and show our support during this time. We donated 5,000 quality face masks to SafeCare BC for Operation Protect, who will distribute our donation to various hospitals and senior homes in British Columbia as needed. Our healthcare workers have been so faithful to continue providing care, despite the risk to themselves and their families, we wanted to provide masks so that they are able to stay safe!

We would like to say thank you to ALL frontline workers who continue to provide essential services in various fields. Without your support and sacrifice, we would not be able to maintain normalcy, buy essentials, and access the healthcare we so desperately need. From the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU!

To make a donation contact SafeCare BC or your local association for continuing care providers.

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