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WATCH: Fruiticana's generosity shines in sum of $100,000 raised for Surrey Hospital Foundation's Children's Health Centre

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 23 Oct, 2020
  • WATCH: Fruiticana's generosity shines in sum of $100,000 raised for Surrey Hospital Foundation's Children's Health Centre

WATCH: Fruiticana’s philanthropic efforts to champion a cause forward. Tony Singh, the founder and President of Fruiticana, one of Western Canada's largest grocery chains, has helped raise $100,000 for the Surrey Hospital Foundation Children’s Health Centre renewal campaign.

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