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Fruiticana partners with Moving Forward Family Services and puts its philanthropic efforts to champion the cause of mental health during COVID19

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 04 Dec, 2020
  • Fruiticana partners with Moving Forward Family Services and puts its philanthropic efforts to champion the cause of mental health during COVID19

WATCH: “I always want to stand with the community. The community has supported Fruiticana, and I will never forget that support.” Tony Singh, Founder and CEO of Fruiticana will match, up to $10000 within 10 days and then upto $25000 for the great and important cause of providing Mental health and counselling services to children youth and adults. This Holiday season help Moving Forward Family Services to raise funds and support the mental health and wellness of our diverse communities. Please Note: Donations are tax deductible!

https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/Moving-Forward-Family-Services-Society/

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