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Nestlé Waters Canada donates to charities

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General Bottling charity work Nestlé Pure Life Natural Spring Water Nestlé Pure Life Natures Blends Nestlé Waters Canada Nestlé Waters North America

Nestlé Waters Canada gives $149,085 worth of bottled water to numerous charitable organizations in Southern Ontario.

TOWNSHIP OF PUSLINCH, ON—Nestlé Waters Canada, Canada’s marketshare-leading manufacturer and distributor of healthy beverage choices, today announced that it has donated bottled water with a suggested retail value of $149,085 to numerous charitable organizations located in Southern Ontario.

About 33,204 cases of Nestlé Pure Life Natural Spring Water and Nestlé Pure Life Natures Blends or 796,896 bottles of water were provided through the first four months of 2014 to charitable organizations in Aurora, Burlington, Erin, Fergus, Guelph, Hamilton, Kitchener, London, Mississauga, Puslinch, Sarnia, Toronto and Waterloo.

The receiving organizations included Beth Isaiah Synagogue, Canadian Mental Health Association, Erin Fire Department, Good Shepherd Ministries, Guelph Food Bank, Guelph General Hospital, Guelph Public Library, Kids Help Phone, Puslinch Fire Department, Ride to Conquer Cancer, Salvation Army, Second Harvest, Special Olympics, Speroway, Steps For Life, University of Guelph, University of Western Ontario, Wellington Catholic District School Board, Wilfrid Laurier University as well as numerous amateur athletic organizations.

Established in 1970, Nestlé Waters Canada is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nestlé Waters North America of Stamford, CT. With headquarters in the Township of Puslinch, bottling facilities in Hope, B.C., and Puslinch and distribution facilities in Chilliwack, B.C.; Puslinch and Laval, QC, approximately 400 employees support a network of more than 145 retailers across Canada.


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