Pharmasave has donated six pallets of Pharmasave N-95 all-purpose protective face masks to Rotary World Help. Pictured (L-R): Rotary World Help director Dan Gallant

Pharmasave helps with international health care

Face masks donation helps protect health providers and aid workers.

Pharmasave has donated six pallets of Pharmasave N-95 all-purpose protective face masks to Rotary World Help.

“They will be a valuable addition to the equipment and supplies we send to hospitals and medical clinics in developing countries throughout the world,” said Wayne Crossen, president of Rotary World Help.

Debbie Nicol, marketing coordinator for Pharmasave Drugs (Pacific) Ltd. said the donation was an initiative of the head office.

The local Castlegar Pharmasave has supported many fundraisers, events and community causes over the years, from employment programs with the Kootenay Society for Community Living to Sunfest and many more.


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